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loot

1. Any money or valuables that have been robbed or plundered from someone or something. Quick, let's get back to the hideout and divvy up the loot. Among the loot the bandits made off with were a pair of earrings worn by Queen Elizabeth the First.
2. A child's presents, as at Christmas or their birthday. Wow, look at all the loot under the Christmas tree! Get any good loot for your birthday?

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 spokesperson for Psyonix declined to answer questions regarding why the company decided to remove loot boxes from the game.
When landing at the school, try and land on the east side of the roof and drop down directly to the auditorium for good loot.
Loot was one of the "narco-generals" tagged by Duterte.
The Belgian Gaming Commission use four parameters to decide if loot boxes constitute gambling: if there was a game element that allowed bets to be placed, with a possible profit or loss, where chance played a roll in the result.
The Belgian Gaming Commission is primarily concerned with the possibility that these loot boxes could be dangerous to children.
Move Loot has grown exponentially since it was established in San Francisco in 2013.
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.
America benefited during the Cold War because nobody was more anticommunist than Japan's fascists, who controlled and bankrolled the LDP--men like Prime Minister [Nobusuke] Kishi and his Sugamo Prison cellmate, yakuza godfather Kodama Yoshio, who used war loot to launch the LDP and was a bagman for the CIA until he died.
Academics held two major concerns before the war: first, that new bombing would further damage or even destroy ancient sites such as Nineveh, Babylon, and Ur; and second, that in the aftermath of urban combat, collections gathered in city museums could be looted. The letters reminded the administration of the 1991 Gulf War, when at many sites a great deal of looting occurred and damage was caused by the air campaign.
Under the one-year deal, worth an undisclosed six-figure sum, uDate.com will become the exclusive supplier of mainstream online dating services to Loot. The uDate.com dating service will feature as part of the Loot Personals section and the service will also be promoted on other parts of the Loot web site.
David Landau, 50, who is chairman of Loot, launched the first Loot newspaper in London in 1985.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-17 March 2000-Fun registration plates available at Loot.com (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
In other cases, hobbyists, ignorant of the law, trespass and loot wherever they choose, even in national parks.
Cebu mayor in Rody's narco list returns to work !-- -- Romina Cabrera (The Philippine Star) - January 6, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Daanbantayan town Mayor Vicente Loot reported for work on Friday after taking a vacation leave for almost two months.
President Rodrigo Duterte (PRRD) was 'obviously' joking when he said former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas ordered the ambush of former general and now Daanbantayan, Cebu, Mayor Vicente Loot.