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loot

1. n. stolen goods; stolen money. Where’s the loot? I want my piece.
2. n. money in general. It takes too much loot to eat at that restaurant.
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A merchandise store of Javed was also looted at 240 morr,while cattles of Naheed Akhtar in 79JB were driven away by thieves.
The Dutch are not the first to undertake such a review in the wake of a 1998 international conference on looted art in Washington that found previous attempts to return looted art didn't go far enough.
Earlier on Friday, Shehab and Gamet El-Dowal streets in Mohandesine district saw mass looting as stores, banks and exchanges were broken into and looted by thugs coming from neighboring districts.
In Paris, the ERR documented each of more than 20,000 art objects on index cards or inventory lists, processing and sorting the looted objects at the Jeu de Paume, then dispatching them to repositories in Germany and Austria.
There is widespread documentation of the damage inflicted on archaeological sites by huaqueo, and of the entanglement of local looting with an international market in looted antiquities (e.
It was originally reported looted by the Belgian government.
He said he found the array of antiquities impressive, but he was saddened to see so many objects that most likely were looted in the last century, a problem that was especially rampant in the 1930s and '40s.
In particular, he chases the largest known piece of pre-Columbian gold, an 1,800-year-old artifact that was looted from a tomb in Peru in 1987 and ended up in a smuggler's car in New Jersey.
We have eyewitnesses who attest that Prime Minister [Noboru] Takeshita told an emissary of President Bush that Japan could not afford to redeem more than a small number of 57s because the LDP had looted Japan's treasury so thoroughly that it even had to privatize NTT to stay afloat.
FIFTY years after the turn of the tide in the Second World War, the European Parliament is calling for the creation of a comprehensive international legal system to identify the whereabouts of artworks looted by the Nazis, fairly settling ownership and compensation claims.
The damage to Iraq's thousands of archaeological sites may take months to all be reported, but many of the smaller museums at these sites were also looted.
American veterans' hospitals, which already resemble the looted hospitals of downtown Baghdad, will soon have fewer amenities to offer than morgues.
Ministries torched and looted during the first days are now unavailable to house the planned interim government.
Tests have confirmed an outbreak of cholera in Iraq's second-largest city, Basra, and looted laboratories must be rebuilt fast to contain the disease.
I don't think anyone anticipated that the riches of Iraq would be looted by the people of Iraq," U.