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boodle

Something that has been obtained through criminal activity; loot or booty. Wow, all of this boodle came from one robbery, huh?

boodle

(ˈbudlæ)
n. loot; the proceeds from a crime. (Underworld.) All of the boodle was recovered in a suitcase.
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In 2015, the city government hosted the longest boodle fight in its attempt to be included in the Guinness World Records.
Duterte in a phone call to join the boodle fight in Pampanga, the President laughed and immediately agreed to go.
Boodle Hatfield, a leading law firm, will occupy the ninth and tenth floors and join UBM plc who leased 105,648 sq.
has provided the trademarked Digital FSI infrastructure that has powered Boodle for the past four years.
Promotions like this really show the breadth of Boodle and how the service can be used to help brands interact with consumers in a meaningful way," said Terry Shirley, vice president of consumer-packaged good sales at Consumer Networks.
Gratuities, payola, boodle, swag, grease and bribes would be greatly appreciated, but your best chance of winning is just to make me laugh.
An invoice has been sent to the Prince of Wales after Mr Major engaged a top firm of solicitors, London-based Boodle Hatfield, to handle the legal work for negotiations over the will of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Consumer Network's Boodle service provides newspapers with printable coupons from national brands and local retailers to feature on their websites.
Thousands of residents here joined the first longest line of longganisa (sausage) boodle fight laid out along Rizal
Laoag City, Ilocos Norte -- This so-called "Sunshine City" of the country was bursting with pride before sunset last Friday after local officials led residents in breaking - still unofficially - the Guinness world record for "the longest boodle fight.
England ace Wayne snapped up a fabulous diamond necklace at the Manchester branch of top jewellers Boodle & Dunthorne last week.
Boodle upgraded its coupon software OPAL to allow newspapers to sell, create, and distribute coupons from local merchants.
So, there I am, on the train, with my cousin Boodle, and this sturdy-looking middle-aged woman gets on and sits across from us and we turn to one another and simultaneously mouth the word 'wig'.
The row over the bill for six months' work by London solicitors Boodle Hatfield hit Mr Major, 55, as he arrived back in London from Washington, yesterday.
Charles had no idea how the bill from London solicitors Boodle Hatfield was mounting until Mr Major sent him the final invoice earlier this month.