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ripped off

verb
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Ethan Meade posted pictures of the damage, writing: "Roof off the 91 bus just ripped off on Kingsway, next to PSLSE.
Consumer experts will be at the centre from 10am on Saturday and 11am on Sunday to give information to prevent consumers being ripped off.
GUSTY winds ripped off this sign from a department store yesterday.
Countless customers were ripped off and Marchant looks set for an eye-watering PS15million when he steps down.
When it comes to the price of drugs in this country, both the consumer and the State are being ripped off.
I KNOW that we complain as motorists about the petrol prices in our area, but we are not being ripped off when you see what I paid recently.
This country is top of the list for getting ripped off ie road tax, car insurance, and car parking in this city.
Motorists and hauliers have been ripped off systematically over the years by the oil companies and by the Government, in more ways than one.
SMALL businesses are being ripped off by billions of pounds a year for goods and services because they are paying more than larger firms, a report claimed today.
But professionally we feel completely ripped off," the Daily Mail quoted David, as telling the Daily Star.
Llandudno town councillor Tina Kift feels under siege in her own home after a brick was thrown through a window, tyres were slashed on her camper van, and a gas pipe was ripped off a wall.
What a shame that for many that experience was marred by the memory of being ripped off by the shameless few people who presented themselves for hire in prominent areas of the city, such as Central Square, Wood Street and Westgate Street.
GMTV has issued a grovelling apology after millions of TV viewers were ripped off by yet another phone-in quiz.
Now the latest targets to be ripped off from American-made trucks are tailgates and third-row seats from giant SUVS.
It can immunize economies from the ills of domestic monopolies and protect consumers and taxpayers from being ripped off.