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pillage

To raid something or some place for food. I'm used to the two teenagers pillaging the cupboards when they come home from school. Come on, let's go pillage the fridge—I'm sure we can find something to eat!

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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C'est dans la region de Kasserine, l'une des plus riches en archeologie, que le pillage est massif.
PNN Al-Haq is pleased to announce the publication of "Pillage of the Dead Sea: Israel's Unlawful Exploitation of Natural Resources in the Occupied Palestinian Territory." The report examines Israel's responsibilities with respect to the treatment of the occupied territory's natural resources in the Dead Sea area, and reiterates that, under international humanitarian law, Israel is obliged to administer the natural resources belonging to the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) without damaging or diminishing them.
Al-Haq announced the publication of "Pillage of the Dead Sea: Israel's Unlawful Exploitation of Natural Resources in the Occupied Palestinian Territory." The report examines Israel's responsibilities with respect to the treatment of the occupied Territories natural resources in the Dead Sea area.
* SOUTH Wales match anglers have been crossing the Severn Bridge to pillage the prize lists with Lee Werritt, from Ebbw Vale, winning the Wednesday Open at Viaduct Fishery, Somerton, with 215lb 5oz of carp and Cardiff's Clive Roberts finishing fourth in the large entry for the River Huntspill Championship at Bridgwater with 17lb of roach.
There's nothing left to pillage D MOFFATT, Prudhoe, Northumberland
* China has already taken other measures to try to protect the specified cultural property; they have not adequately deterred pillage.
He added: "Whatever the reason for this latest 'pillage' of our neighbourhoods two things are for sure.
The Venezuelan president called Bush's speech at the United Nations on Tuesday an attempt to ''preserve the current pattern of domination, exploitation and pillage of the peoples of the world.''
Live a corporate fantasy on the high seas as you loot, pillage, and "realign priorities" the old-fashioned way in Sid Meier's Pirates!
All I knew for sure was that collector demand for these objects created incentives for looters to pillage archaeological sites in Third World countries.
Seizing on the pillage of Alexander's library by fundamentalists as an enduringly symbolic attack on knowledge and wisdom.
This is because, no matter what Larry Ellison and the Justice Department may say about Bill Gates, CEOs are not in a position to burn, pillage, maim and kill.
Some treasures hidden in vaults escaped the pillage only for a short time.
The ruins of Rome thus became more than just something to pillage. Rather, McGowan suggests, they inspired French visitors with ideas of the possibility of renewal and rebuilding, incorporating the ancient greatness of Rome into the new greatness of France.