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  • verb Present participle of ram-raid.

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Examples

  • Trust me, this is a record worth ram-raiding Bang & Olufsen for.

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  • Emergency services responded within the hour by ram-raiding the offending Ronnie's outlet with a Land Rover and knee-capping all staff before burning the building to the ground.

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  • Four other members of the serial ram-raiding gang, including Hoo resident George Welford, were jailed in January 2009.

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  • Yesterday he was jailed for ram-raiding two stores with a stolen car and then leading police on a 90mph chase along 30mph residential streets and past a hospital.

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  • Yesterday he was jailed for ram-raiding two stores with a stolen car and then leading police on a 90mph chase along 30mph residential streets and past a hospital.

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  • She tells a funny story of her Welsh cousin who came to visit her in the late Eighties during the poll tax riots, encountering ram-raiding and smashed windows, and insisted: "You see, that's why we don't come up London!"

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