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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of ram-raid.

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Examples

  • A policy (such as Slavery) to benefit a small proportion of the elite is ram-raided through.

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  • A policy (such as Slavery) to benefit a small proportion of the elite is ram-raided through.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Tuesday morning someone hijacked the postman's van and ram-raided the Sylvan Fields news agent with it.

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  • One local shop had been ram-raided, with consequent looting (if the owner was to be believed).

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  • Two men have ram-raided a chemist's shop in a daring pre-dawn effort to steal cosmetics, police say.

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  • Two men have ram-raided a chemist's shop in a daring pre-dawn effort to steal cosmetics, police say.

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  • Earlier this year, a thief ram-raided a supermarket to get some cigarettes dressed only in a sheet and his girlfriend's Uggboots.

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  • William Alexander Stewart, 47, eluded police for a fifth time during the weekend, but immediately popped back up on the radar when he offered two people a lift in his stolen car and asked them to get him the drug P. Stewart is thought to have ram-raided a pharmacy in Halswell on Thursday in search of drugs.

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  • William Alexander Stewart, 47, eluded police for a fifth time during the weekend, but immediately popped back up on the radar when he offered two people a lift in his stolen car and asked them to get him the drug P. Stewart is thought to have ram-raided a pharmacy in Halswell on Thursday in search of drugs.

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  • It is hard to imagine that Lord Hawke took too much crap from anyone but surely no England captain has been given the power - or more pertinently ram-raided the power from the shop window and run off with it - that

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