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He and another Times reporter, Eric Schmitt, published a front-page story revealing that the weapons had been bought by the Saudi government and smuggled into Syria via Jordan.
Perhaps he would even have to lurk in the woods, awaiting his opportunity to smuggle his liquor to the men.
BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
You will therefore do a meritorious work, if you can smuggle this dead body into the house of the damned Jew of a farmer.
I adore his broken English, but how is he going to smuggle letters to me, unless maybe Louisa will continue to help?
POLLY THE PAGANISABEL ANDERSON
That Ireland also began in its turn to organize National Volunteers and to smuggle arms.
This is what you must do; smuggle me out another way; call another carriage, and take me for a drive and wicked dinner.
LAZARREMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
At christenings folk will even smuggle in a reel or two, if 'tis no further on than the first or second chiel.
Dangerous, serving Citatio in that quarter: and by what art try to smuggle it into the hands of such a one?
Messengers smuggle themselves through the Mountain paths, and go and return, though with difficulty.
She ceased to smuggle her yawns as sighs, and once or twice she forgot to lift her hand to hide them.

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