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  • n. Plural form of theft.

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Examples

  • (Read More) worth reading • from the Guardian - Book world's silence helps tome raiders, Libraries secretive about acts by eccentric criminals, Scale of antiquarian book thefts is unknown.

    bad day at the brattle

  • At the Founders Hall Sheriff Forbes, Damon, and Uncle John discuss the thefts from the local blood bank and she tells him that the night manager had his memory altered.

    OBS RECAPS & REVIEWS: THE VAMPIRE DIARIES EPISODE 19:MISS MYSTIC FALLS | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews

  • Wired has been covering the ongoing investigation into recurring ATM pin thefts from Citibank accounts, and their latest article tracks how Ukrainian immigrants, a ringleader back in Russia, a hacked company named Fiserv that runs Citibank-branded ATMs in 7-Elevens, and an online payment service that also offers money laundering for a small fee all come together to steal your money.

    The Consumerist: June 2008 Archives

  • Police have described the crime as an 'unforgivable desecration' and blame the demand for scrap metal that has seen an increase in thefts of cars, drain covers and train tracks.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • I, too, am concerned about the rise in thefts lately.

    LAKE LEVEL 10-24-03 + crimes

  • An account of the recent devastation in Iraq, including thefts from the National Museum in Baghdad and archaeological sites around the country, frames his narrative.

    Books: The Looting Game

  • Others made offers to purchase old iron among the villages in order to prove thefts from the battlefields.

    The Happy Foreigner

  • Of these, 332 were short-term thefts for joyriding, vandalism, transport or to commit a crime while the other 61 are classed as "profit-motivated thefts" where the cars are "rebirthed" and sold, usually interstate, or broken up and sold as parts.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • In addition to the coin thefts, Hillside day nurse Wanda Drexler also faces judgment from the council on a wide-ranging list of grievous offenses, from trying to turn their families against them, to not speaking up.

    The Onion

  • Gordon Brown is a complete ****, an absolute **** and you and the rest of the Conservative party let him get away with his multiple thefts from the taxpayer and pensioner far too easily, second - any news organisation that can't be bothered to spell check their headings or even proof read them deserves my derision - the title of 24post's piece is entitled "Tories cliam soaring house prices show need for tax cuts" CLIAM, good grief ...

    Archive 2008-01-01

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