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pillage

tv. to eat a meal, perhaps by raiding a refrigerator. (Perhaps voraciously.) Let’s go pillage Tom’s fridge. I’m hungarian.
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Reports circulated that the monastery was pillaged by rebel forces.
Looters pillaged Cairo's museum during the uprising in Egypt earlier this year, prompting similar appeals from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to protect North Africa's wealth of ancient treasures.
He spotted them in an antique shop and noticed they "bore inscriptions that made him suspect they came from" the Saqqara burial ground in the ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis, which was pillaged in 1999, the statement said.
Edinburgh-born Shirley, 42, revealed: "Let me commend my darling Beyonce who absolutely pillaged throughout the night like the beast she is.
They just hate being invaded and occupied, raped and pillaged and having to live under dictators loyal to us who couldn't care less about them.
HEXHAM Abbey may have been pillaged by Scots and Danes in its long history, but it had never seen an invasion like this.
Some were terrified, raped, pillaged, starved, agonized by the loss of family, and driven to madness.
The Valleys of South Wales have been raped and pillaged for hundreds of years by successive governments, and yet it is still a case of, 'because my father voted Labour'.
Yup, it was 23 years later (and 25 years ago) when that script was pillaged, twisted and lampooned - but used almost verbatim - by Jim Abrahams and David Zucker in the classic ``Airplane
Brutal and uncaring, these robbers leave behind a wake of decapitated statues, mutilated temples, and pillaged trenches where archaeologists were seeking clues to little-understood civilizations.
For their part, the Janjaweed have got what they wanted: a treasure trove of booty pillaged from their victims, none of which is likely to be returned, together with vastly expanded access to grazing land for their herds.
In name alone, Genghis Khan conjures up notions of a ruthless, bloodthirsty warrior who pillaged lands far and wide.