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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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Children of both the brothers are competing to win the race for corruption and making as much money as they can through loot and plunder,' he claimed.
Recto added that if part of the P2-billion loot is traced in the banking system, the protocols under the Anti-Money Laundering Act 'should kick in to prevent it from being laundered and recirculated as a clean one.
com/apple-ios-loot-box-odd/) Game Rant , Blizzard had to reveal Overwatch loot box drop rates in China in accordance with the country's laws.
Ollie Purdue, founder of Loot, said that the firm would use the new funding to introduce new social features.
Move Loot is making home design affordable, accessible and sustainable by operating on an innovative consignment model that facilitates the pick-up, storage and delivery of furniture and decor, including high-end vintage pieces and inventory from brands such as Design Within Reach, Restoration Hardware and West Elm.
The role-playing dungeon crawler Legends of Loots delivers challenges through a series of engaging quests, twisting mazes and mind-bending puzzles.
The introduction of the LOOT Active Camera opens the door to new realms of social video content experiences.
In Old Cairo, thugs were reported to attack Children's Cancer hospital and attempting to loot it.
By virtually guaranteeing the noncompetitive SOEs would not be permitted to fail, the Communist Party created an incentive for the managers to loot "their" SOEs.
Agents of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the forerunner of the CIA, found the loot in the Philippines, which was later inspected by General MacArthur himself and senior U.
com said that the company will benefit from the high London user base that they will receive from Loot.
After first indicating that the looting wasn't unexpected, the Bush administration later tried to shirk responsibility for the negligence that allowed the Iraq Museum to be sacked, saying on April 15 that no one anticipated that the Iraqis would loot their own riches.
The Buddhist and Hindu images that survived in the Kabul Museum because they were too large to loot were smashed.
It received an 11th-hour lifeline in August when Daily Mail & General Trust agreed to buy its Loot business for pounds 45m - a deal including a pounds 10.
If I was an insurance fraudster and wanted to loot a company, I would either move to Delaware or have my company domiciled there.