Vrondran says that the holdup apparently surrounds BP's approval of the $200 per day pay for the deckhands.
As they fled the scene of their holdup, the terrified taxi driver took them to Place de la Nation in the eastern part of Paris.
In the meantime, he should just accept that the holdup has nothing to do with his politics.
A car of the same make, model and color was stolen from Annapolis, Maryland, a short time prior to the holdup.
The two craft drew together, and for the rest it was like the other holdup.
He stood, boiling with rage, while they alternately hurled questions at him and told him of the holdup.
The burglar and holdup man are high-minded gentlemen by comparison.
The crime-wave was unknown, the daylight holdup unprecedented.
A holdup by all the people of all the people for all the people is Liberty.
He remembered the two objects he had picked up in the road after the holdup and felt in his pocket to make sure they were there.
: the full-fledged hold-up business