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swindle someone out of something

 and swindle something out of someone
to cheat someone out of something. The crooks tried to swindle her out of her inheritance. The crooks swindled $3,000 out of the old woman.
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swindle sheet

n. an expense account record sheet or book. I turned in my swindle sheet yesterday, and no one challenged the $400 for new shoes.
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Since last December, a number of major telecom-based swindling cases had
However, Nogami had advised her that the swindling case and the pooling of funds by divisions should be treated as ''separate'' cases, according to ministry sources.
Fountain of Life evangelist Jim Whittington of Greenville, North Carolina, was indicted in 1992 on charges of swindling a paraplegic woman out of $900,000.
Benitez said Congress should take a second look at the Revised Penal Code to impose heavier penalties against swindling.
Prosecutors accused the suspect of forgery, swindling and embezzling more than Dh18 million.
President Hideaki Nishimura, 56, had already been indicted for allegedly swindling about 7 billion yen from two other pension funds from June to August last year.
Mr Gough wrote cheques worth pounds 210,000 for bogus business ventures and Prince kept him in hotels and rented rooms for six months, swindling more money.
Egyptian businessman Nabil al-Bushi was sentenced in absentia to 15 years in jail on Wednesday for swindling a star-studded list of more than 85 people out of more than $60 million.
We had to step up and play like we've never played before," said pitcher Will Swindling, a six-year veteran of Babe Ruth baseball.
LANCASTER - A Lancaster attorney removed himself from a swindling case after his investigator was arrested on suspicion of trying to sway the victim, an 88-year-old man.
Katsutoshi Matsuo, the former Foreign Ministry official at the center of a fraud scandal, pleaded guilty Tuesday to swindling 345 million yen in secret government funds while in charge of helping coordinate overseas trips by Japanese prime ministers between 1997 and 1999.
A LAWYER accused of swindling clients out of more than pounds 1million faces being struck off this week.
of forgery and using forged papers and swindling despite his having pleaded not guilty.
The accused have links with other criminals in other provinces and they used various swindling tactics including doubling the money to deprive innocent people of their money, mobile phones and other valuable items.
An American suspect is still sought by the authorities, for allegedly swindling the bank of more than Dh7 million.