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tag off

On public transportation, to tap a RFD-enabled ticket against a digital receiver in order to indicate the end of one's journey and pay the required fare. Passengers are reminded that they must tag off at their destination after disembarking from the tram, or they will be charged the full amount of a one-way journey. I know it said it would cost $5 when you got on the bus, but when you tag off it will come back down to $2.75.
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He began taking the tags off electrical equipment and selling it himself in a last ditch attempt to get out of debt, explained Mr Charles Crinion, prosecuting.
He wagered more cash in a fruitless attempt to recover the lost money before taking the tags off electrical equipment and selling it himself in a last ditch attempt to get out of debt, explained Mr Charles Crinion, prosecuting.
Amey admitted that he ripped the tags off the meat and had gone into the store with the intent to steal it as he had nothing to eat.
Q I want to exchange a dress I purchased but the shop will not let me as I took the tags off. Their terms and conditions say they allow exchange within 14 days of purchase.
The Moroccan sports coach, Y.M., and his countryman typist, Z.M., were said to have walked into the store as customers and used a pair of scissors and a nail-cutter to remove tags off the items that they stole and hid them inside the guitar in August.
She added: "Catherine was a lifesaver the morning of the wedding, doing up cravats, taking tags off the dresses and lending me her lip gloss several times, amongst other things."
Robson said he had the knife in his pocket to use for shoplifting to cut tags off stolen goods.
As he went to leave he was arrested by police officers who had been called to the store as 44-year-old Kumar was believed to have been cutting security tags off items.
Other people cut their tags off and get a rap on the knuckles.
"I think someone has stolen them and taken the tags off their ears and sent them to slaughter," he said.
We urge Florida's regulators to snip the price tags off cobia, as well as off another super-popular fish, the spotted seatrout.
Debt-ridden Brookes took security tags off a batch of iPods, slipped them inside a box of Bran Flakes and passed the cereal to an accomplice posing as a shopper.
Jessie Hendry, 30, was spotted in HMV taking the security tags off the discs, then handing them to the little girls to hide.
I was chatting to the barmaid in my local and she said her boyfriend takes price tags off cheap steaks in the supermarket and puts them on expensive ones to get prime cuts for a bargain fee.
SHOPLIFTERS are flocking online to buy cheap security de-taggers, which allow them to take the tags off clothes and flee undetected.