Noun(1) the act of taking something from someone unlawfully
(1) petty thievery(2) As one sergeant noted, ├ö├ç├┐he was man repeatedly punished for acts of petty thievery and drunkenness.├ö├ç├û(3) It's a question that bedevils news managers, as journalists continue to work in danger zones where hostile fire, kidnapping, thievery , and muggings are part of a day's work.(4) He often treads that fine line between homage and outright cinematic thievery , but he is a master technical craftsman and storyteller whose work is almost universally a joy to watch and immerse yourself into.(5) Burglary and petty thievery , however, are common.(6) Much of the looting was selective thievery of a quite small number of valuable pieces, with smashing and burning of furniture and furnishings carried out to simulate looter-like behaviour.(7) So you see, the dirty little secret behind his ├ö├ç├┐philanthropy├ö├ç├û is that it's the product of thievery .(8) Such self-deprecation is also expressed in changing views about thievery in Niamey, a subject that arouses particularly intense emotions even though its incidence is actually quite rare.(9) This kind of thievery , vandalism, individual violence and destruction expresses, not the stress of combat, but an intense hatred directed against an entire people or race.(10) Although the leadership has central power in the village organizations, a dozen or more council members secretly work with the leaders to hear cases involving thievery and other deviant acts.(11) It was assumed by the courts that Tarot readings were false, and therefore a kind of thievery .(12) They resort to petty thievery to make a few extra bucks and, by chance, end up videotaping a mob hit that lands them in water over their heads.(13) Then I was taught street fighting, thievery , burglary, and trickery.(14) The idea is to make an example of a few swindlers, in order to divert attention from the pervasive thievery that has come to characterize American ├ö├ç├┐free enterprise.├ö├ç├û(15) Mr. Buckley would have hung for several reasons, kidnapping and horse thievery among them.(16) It provides companies with an option for shielding their intellectual property from information thievery .
1. larceny ::
3. theft ::
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