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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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But to Adekeye Adebajo, a Nigerian Rhodes scholar and executive director of the Centre for Conflict Resolution in Cape Town, Rhodes the pillager completely cancels out Rhodes the benefactor.
But it is the bewitching character of Fleur Pillager that gives Tracks magic.
Not only had they no respect for private property or the rule of law, they were gadget-obsessed grab-it-quicK barbarians who displayed such vulgarity in their looting than a visiting ViKing pillager would have shaKen his head in despair at their pitiful poverty of ambition.
Know that annoying TV commercial in which a raspy-voiced pillager from the Middle Ages growls into the camera, "What's in YOUR wallet?
Only after I found a fellow pillager did I find the doctor finally.
It is a slippery slope to becoming a thief, forger, or pillager.
Drab, a sopor pastels Isis's pilots," Pillager Damon spits, "So retard Rat Eros's 'tips'--no mad, regal, 'lips-to-lips,' sis, islets , 'Apropos a bard'
The misfortune of his master, his oppressor, despoiler, pillager, of the man who laid waste his town and killed his dear ones under his very eyes.
19 had a piece on the Prophet Muhammad by French philosopher and teacher Robert Redeker, who wrote: "Merciless warrior, pillager, murderer of Jews and polygamist - that is how Muhammad portrays himself in the Koran.
THE STORY OF A NORTH DAKOTA OJIBWE WOMAN, FLEUR PILLAGER, WHO JOURNEYS FROM THE RESERVATION TO MINNEAPOLIS TO CONFRONT THE MAN WHO STOLE HER LAND.
Fleur Pillager has a vision that causes her to change her name to Four Souls and to attempt to avenge her family for the loss of its land, but this leads instead to a complex solution when she marries the rich man who lives in a mansion built on her land.
POMP and romp at Castle Leslie where the owners can trace their ancestry back to that naughty pillager Attilla the Hun.
Chippewa writer Louise Erdich usually writes about Aboriginal people in her novels, which detail the interconnected lives of the Morrissey, Kashpaw, Lamartine, Lazarre, Nanapush, and Pillager families of North Dakota.
Therefore the complete narrative was placed in a context where an excavator or pillager of materials might find it, whereas the relief program was for contemporaries who brought with them at least a basic idea of what had happened in recent years; otherwise, they would probably not be in the palace at all.
The gatherer of epitaphs and the pillager of ruins seek a reanimation of a past that has become mute through discontinuities in cultural transmission, that are themselves synecdoches for modern discontinuities whose repair can only be imaginary.