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I knew a kleptomaniac, who got herself arrested more than once in the great shops of Paris for stealing various articles.
MYSTERIOUS PSYCHIC FORCESCAMILLE FLAMMARION
Here was a little kleptomaniac whose weakness the mother was struggling to hide.
INITIALS ONLYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Another oddity with whom I was associated was a kleptomaniac.
EIGHTEEN MONTHS' IMPRISONMENTDONALD SHAW
The kleptomaniac may be the most troublesome to the community; but is he more wicked than the others?
NOT GUILTYROBERT BLATCHFORD
No thief, for example, is such an utter thief—so good a thief—as the kleptomaniac.
LIFE AND HABITSAMUEL BUTLER
I have no doubt that the rich woman who could not resist shop-lifting is a kleptomaniac.
CRIME: ITS CAUSE AND TREATMENTCLARENCE DARROW
The poor woman who steals something she actually needs is not a kleptomaniac.
CRIME: ITS CAUSE AND TREATMENTCLARENCE DARROW
The address was that of the house on the Lake Shore Drive which the kleptomaniac had entered!
THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF MR. MIDDLETONWARDON ALLAN CURTIS
Maggiluk ang kamut sa kiriwan, A kleptomaniac has itchy hands.
A DICTIONARY OF CEBUANO VISAYANJOHN U. WOLFF
The kleptomaniac is generally recognized as being a well-defined class of the insane.
CRIME: ITS CAUSE AND TREATMENTCLARENCE DARROW

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