Robber

  • 161sea robber — sea′ rob ber n. a pirate • Etymology: 1560–70 …

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  • 162sea robber — /ˈsi rɒbə/ (say see robuh) noun a pirate …

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  • 163belly robber — noun slang : cook, steward …

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  • 164dog robber — noun slang : an officer s orderly …

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  • 165cradle-robber — …

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  • 166church-robber — …

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  • 167Robbers Cave State Park — Robber s Cave State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It is located seven miles (10 km) north of Wilburton, Oklahoma, on State Highway 2. The park contains 8,200 acres (33 km²) of forest and lakes. Several miles of trails are… …

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  • 168«Грабитель» — Robber «Грабитель». Дополнительный катод или часть катода, которые позволяют уменьшать плотность тока на поверхности, подлежащей нанесению гальванического покрытия. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО… …

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  • 169robberbaron — robber baron n. 1. One of the American industrial or financial magnates of the late 19th century who became wealthy by unethical means, such as questionable stock market operations and exploitation of labor. 2. A feudal lord who robbed travelers… …

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  • 170robberfly — robber fly n. Any of various predatory flies of the family Asilidae, characteristically having long, bristly legs. * * * …

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  • 171Zibeon —    Robber; or dyed.    1) A Hivite (Gen. 36:2).    2) A Horite, and son of Seir (Gen. 36:20) …

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  • 172knight of the road — robber, thief; cavalier of the roadways …

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  • 173THEFT AND ROBBERY — (Heb. גְּנֵבָה וּגְזֵלָה). An object which is in the possession of a person without the consent of its owner or any other person having a right thereto, when that person knows – or should know – that the latter does not consent, is considered to… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 174List of criminals by nickname — This article lists nicknames of notable criminals. #* .22 Caliber Killers mdash; Gary Lewingdon and Thaddus Lewingdon, U.S. serial killers [http://www.nbc4i.com/news/3915320/detail.html] * .44 Caliber Killer mdash; David Berkowitz, U.S. serial… …

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  • 175Cora Hubbard — (February 1877  ?) was a 19th century outlaw who participated in the August 17, 1897 robbing of the McDonald County Bank in Pineville, Missouri. Hubbard, who was compared at the time to the more prolific female outlaw Belle Starr, was one of …

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  • 176Dalek variants — …

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  • 178Bank Panic — Infobox VG title = Bank Panic caption=Screenshot of Bank Panic developer = Sanritsu publisher = Sega designer = released=1984 (Arcade) 1985 (ZX Spectrum, SG 1000) 1986 (MSX) 1986 (Commodore 64) 1986 (Amstrad CPC) 1987 (Sega Master System)… …

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  • 179Highwayman — The word highwayman is first attested from the year 1617. [Fennor, William: The Counter’s Commonwealth , ed. A. V. Judges in The Elizabethan Underworld , p. 446. George Routledge, 1930. [http://www.outlawsandhighwaymen.com/fennor.htm Online… …

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  • 180Asilidae — Taxobox name = Asilidae image width = 250px image caption = Robber fly, Zosteria sp., feeding on a hover fly regnum = Animalia phylum = Arthropoda subphylum = Hexapoda classis = Insecta subclassis = Pterygota infraclassis = Neoptera superordo =… …

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