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The underwear was returned to Payne -- but not until after one of the thieving fans tried them on.Gravity’s Space-Diaper Fiasco; Beyoncé Debuts Her First Calendar|The Fashion Beast Team|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Putin is also, for obvious reasons, not a great fan of people-power democracy movements that overthrow corrupt, thieving elites.
A novel dealing with, among many other interesting things, the aesthetics of thieving.How I Write: John Banville on ‘Ancient Light,’ Nabokov, and Dublin|Noah Charney|October 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Spacey makes Abramoff an enormously appealing rage-filled, thieving, megalomaniacal sociopath.
But Spacey makes Abramoff an enormously appealing, rage-filled, thieving, megalomaniacal sociopath.
"Some thieving Indian, judging from the looks of that boat," said Sam Higgins.The Boy Inventors' Radio Telephone|Richard Bonner
She measured by it the contempt that had so easily accused her of thieving.Meg's Friend|Alice Abigail Corkran
That thieving Deutscher who runs the schooner we had in port over-night told me this not an hour ago.The Argus Pheasant|John Charles Beecham
Dr. Whitman gave the Chiefs a reprimand, and called it thieving, and demanded that they send back everything they had taken.How Marcus Whitman Saved Oregon|Oliver W. Nixon
There, merriment was the produce of thieving; here, the offspring of the same parent was sorrow.At War with Society or, Tales of the Outcasts|James McLevy