Corrupt dictators and thieving bureaucrats of the world, beware.
As for the Internet thieving the bona fide news reporters' hard-worked stories, "Back at ya!"
A novel dealing with, among many other interesting things, the aesthetics of thieving.
Spacey makes Abramoff an enormously appealing rage-filled, thieving, megalomaniacal sociopath.
But Spacey makes Abramoff an enormously appealing, rage-filled, thieving, megalomaniacal sociopath.
In the evening near the village a pair of western robins and a thieving magpie had a hard tussle along the fence of the road.
I do not deny that Sir Thomas Picton has described him as a "thieving blackguard."
Its history is of old date, for here Milesius buried the beloved son, Ir, that the thieving waters robbed of his soul.
There was a run against me last night in that thieving place.
My investigations into this thieving case have shown me that she is perfectly innocent.