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Senators heard him exhort his supporters in combat terms that “the election was stolen,” to “stop the steal” and “to fight like hell.”
A 6-0 run with a drop-step layup from Pickett and a steal and dunk from Bile pushed the lead back up to 67-57, and every time Creighton got within true striking distance, Georgetown answered with a defensive stop and basket on the other end.
Well, I saw the time, score, just tried to get a quick steal .
In his NBA debut last December, he put his defensive skills to work on a game-saving steal against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
In retrospect, the deal looks like a steal as WhatsApp has become a go-to tool for billions and, more recently, as Facebook lays plans to make it the cornerstone of an e-commerce empire.
These headphones are already a steal at $60, and at 25 percent off, it’s a deal that’s hard to beat for the quality.
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He finished the evening with 22 points, nine rebounds, four assists, a steal and four blocks — the type of stat line that has become typical for him during this playoff run.
This pass is for you and at $45 for a limited time it’s a steal.
That you did not steal from her house by a secret passage, on the night of the destruction of the opera-house?
"I told them there was not an Indian in this village would steal cattle," said Ramona, indignantly.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON

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