theft[ theft ]SEE DEFINITION OF theft
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It was the first time in many years that one of the employees had been thus accused of theft.
What has all this to do with the question of theft in the store?
Was he not a criminal—was he not about to leave his position because of theft?
It was nocturnal in its habits, and somewhat addicted to dancing and the theft of children.
The theft of old Galloway's bank-note has been traced to Arthur Channing.
Butterby was saying that there was no doubt the theft had been committed by Arthur Channing.
He would have preferred not to find the keys; but to go to the head-master with a story of their theft.
A people can commit theft; a people can confess theft; a people can repent of theft.
But theft, cynical theft for the purpose of profit and enjoyment, is beyond me!
Shortly afterward Laotzse also came to him to tell about the theft of the pills of life.