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  1. a novel (1886) by Robert Louis Stevenson.

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Above all, though, as biographer James Pope-Hennessy observed, the author of “Kidnapped” remains “the great exhilarator.”

Astiz had infiltrated the group by pretending to have a kidnapped brother.

Could these young women wrapped in explosives be some of the 300 schoolgirls kidnapped by the group last April?

Just last year, over 200 Nigerian girls were kidnapped from their school by the radical Islamist group Boko Haram.

Cvetkovich claimed her husband had kidnapped her two young children and took off for Oregon in search of Masters.

Woman claims Uber driver kidnapped her, Uber claims "inefficient route."

It seems probable that he must have been kidnapped when very young, or found while astray in the woods.

About the following, let there be no mistake: I will not write the abstract of Kidnapped; write it who will, I will not.

When he was old he established a seraglio of fifteen-year-old girls, the most beautiful that could be bought or kidnapped.

Seamen were kidnapped, often after a bloody struggle, and if caught inland were sent to the ports ironed like criminals.

The enmity that caused you to be kidnapped and carried away into the mountains still exists, and exists in even greater measure.