THIEF


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THIEFThis Here Isn't Even Fine
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So one night the Successful Man of Business left his hand out of his neighbour's pocket, and the Thief took it with avidity.
The thief is certainly a member of Lady Lydiard's household," this functionary remarked, in his politely-positive way.
The one result obtained was the expression of purblind opinion by the authorities of the detective department which pointed to Isabel, or to one of the servants, as the undiscovered thief.
Volkswagen-Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz implement the toughest systems, but even they have some weaknesses that could be exploited by a determined thief.
WOOLDALE: Feb 5: Thief distracts staff and steals iPad at Hepworth Motor Company, Huddersfield Road.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) states, "To thwart a thief who may pick through your trash or recycling bins to capture your personal information, tear or shred your charge receipts, copies of credit applications, insurance forms, physician statements, checks and bank statements, expired credit or charge cards that you're discarding, and credit offers you get in the mail.
SHELLEY: December 11 - thief forced entry to farm outbuilding and stole a sprayer.
He's ridden Cat Thief in 13 of the horse's 26 lifetime starts, including victories in last year's Swaps Stakes at Hollywood Park and the Breeders' Cup Classic at Gulfstream Park last November.
Thief smashed passenger side window to get into vehicle and stole laptop computer and hand-held radios.
West, trainer of Budroyale, said of his horse, General Challenge and Cat Thief.
Thief smashed side and rear window to get into vehicle and steal handbag on view.
While Cat Thief, the Breeders' Cup Classic winner, and General Challenge, the Santa Anita Derby winner, exchanged bumps midway through the 1 1/16-mile race Saturday, Saint's Honor and jockey Kent Desormeaux stayed clear of the warring favorites on the outside.