Putin is also, for obvious reasons, not a great fan of people-power democracy movements that overthrow corrupt, thieving elites.
But Spacey makes Abramoff an enormously appealing, rage-filled, thieving, megalomaniacal sociopath.
Corrupt dictators and thieving bureaucrats of the world, beware.
The underwear was returned to Payne -- but not until after one of the thieving fans tried them on.
As for the Internet thieving the bona fide news reporters' hard-worked stories, "Back at ya!"
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.
For once in his thieving life, the merchant was anxious to give full weight.
Its history is of old date, for here Milesius buried the beloved son, Ir, that the thieving waters robbed of his soul.
They have few quarrels, no thieving, no drunkenness, no abject poverty.
My investigations into this thieving case have shown me that she is perfectly innocent.