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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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Our biggest concern, which seems to be coming to fruition, is that if people think we can't provide protection then they will provide their own to use against the looters,' said Major Paul Nanson, of the 1st Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, whose soldiers are carrying out foot patrols in the city.
In the second city of Basra, looters stole pounds 215,000 in customers' savings from a bank before making off in a hail of bullets.
Although Shumway received a relatively stiff sentence, few looters do, and the damage they cause can be extensive.
We don't like looters one bit, but first and foremost is search and rescue," Gov Kathleen Blanco said yesterday.
However, instead of looters, such a national leadership should decide about it which have deep love with Pakistan and have the passion of sacrificing everything for the survival and security of the country.
However, the mayor of Davao City has a different way of approaching law and order by ordering a relief team he sent to typhoon-ravaged areas to shoot looters on the feet or anyone who will stop the team.
Troops were deployed to help with evacuations and to stop looters.
THE leader of Coventry City Council has called for help to catch the 'scumbag' looters who brought shame on Coventry.
In one scene, a looter can be seen running along the street carrying a large box, believed to be a TV screen taken from an electrical store, above his head, while another shows a thief pedalling away on his bicycle with two boxes.
Britain's youngest looter, an 11-year-old boy, also appeared at Highbury Corner magistrates court.
Questions were raised after a jury took just five hours to acquit the three men, who were charged with killing a 15-year-old Iraqi looter in May 2003.
Or perhaps, as the dean of Chinese dealers, Robert Elsworth, suggests, "Instead of letting construction projects like the Three Gorges Dam destroy objects, China may simply let looters take them out of the country, then use U.
The Newcastle soldiers are accused of mistreating captured looters at Camp Bread Basket in Basra in May, 2003.
led war in Iraq, looters tore into Iraqi museums and historical sites.
Waves of looters stripped the museum's 120 offices to the walls, taking computers, furniture, office supplies; smashing replicas and personal items; and destroying everything they didn't take.