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  1. Or she won a lot of loot.
  2. The police found other loot in.
  3. Tony collected his loot, a few.
  4. The Explorer retired on his loot.
  5. Alan began to collect up the loot.

  6. Use the spot we use when we loot.
  7. Come rape us, loot us and burn us.
  8. The loot filtered in, logged, and.
  9. There may be more loot hidden there.
  10. I really need my share of the loot!.
  11. Then you have my leave to loot my corpse.
  12. Shorty, Whitey, and Rocky sat on the loot.
  13. They did! This is your share of the loot.
  14. They are net recipients of the extorted loot.
  15. Rare mobs drop fairly better loot then other mobs.

  16. With all this loot, he could afford higher class.
  17. The robber then ran from the store with his loot.
  18. Henry Morgan lifted a golden cup from the heap of loot.
  19. Kitty, I need that loot! I’m the laughing stalk of the.
  20. He said his brother had hidden a lot of loot from France.
  21. Sam grinned, packed my things and I was out with my loot.
  22. The bitch was so pre-occupied with her newfound loot she.
  23. Rob, where do you want to stash the loot that we robbed.
  24. The loot would be divided equally when they got safely home.
  25. Enough loot for the local cops to keep his bungalow off the.

  26. So, where’s the loot, asked John when they re-emerged.
  27. He grabbed a fist full of loot between the bounces of the ball.
  28. There’s no honor and less loot, scrapping with these savages.
  29. John counts the loot as it comes down, logging it onto his computer.
  30. It was worse than I'd imagined - tourism as a front for fencing loot.
  31. Stagnant piles of loot stacked up in a warehouse are not riches, any.
  32. Venn and a few other fighters were told to count and organize the loot.
  33. I want to know where the mob launders its loot? interrogated Jack.
  34. He was collared after he tried to deposit some of the loot into the 82.
  35. The loot is always disposable because it is almost always sold to order.
  36. He removed his mask and pocketed the loot with the gun still in his hand.
  37. They had already savoured their loot and were waiting for another victim.
  38. Little more than feral men, they came one day and wanted to loot everything.
  39. The soldiers were unwilling to sacrifice their loot, and marched heavily laden.
  40. A lot of loot, I hope, David said while pulling out of the dusty gravel lot.
  41. It was about 9:30 when the boys returned with their own near-bursting bags of loot.
  42. Just so they could periodically come back again to loot and burn them to the ground.
  43. So Nacho and his men left behind their loot as bait and hid behind the rock-formations.
  44. Saburo was starting to split the loot in eleven roughly equal parts when Ujiro objected.
  45. The Scots drove hard bargains, but they also donated one-quarter of the loot to sick POWs.
  46. And there’s loot, called a townsman, an apprentice to judge by his age and shabby dress.
  47. Many soldiers and some Polish civilians were loitering around and were there primarily to loot.
  48. The choice thus boils down to picking up your share of the loot or gaping at those pocketing it.
  49. Jack just smiled in his helmet as the police began to seize not only his loot but the money inside.
  50. Fill up your pockets with loot was the secret cry of the corporate beneficiaries, the war profiteers.
  51. Peter knew where Guy had hidden the French loot and there was more than enough to pay for his liberty.
  52. It was a chance to fight, an opportunity to loot, and they rose to the bait as a speckled trout to a fly.
  53. Why? Because it kept most of their soldiers broke, eager to fight and kill and rampage and get more loot.
  54. If you boys want to stash your loot in the bush that's fine with me, but personally I'd keep it close by.
  55. He snapped his fingers when the dames knelt to collect their loot, and the sound of guns cocking filled the air.
  56. Nothing much he was just making idle threats but I don’t bother about bastards that loot dead German bodies.
  57. What's to stop any of us from slitting your throat and splitting with wat ever loot you're on to? said Caesar.
  58. Por all the loot he had garnered – most of it held for safekeeping by a London goldsmith – Ralph was unfulfilled.
  59. He had ventured into Dwemer ruins before in search of precious loot and always, every time, he had faced deadly traps.
  60. Much after his death, as the Musalmans ran over the nations of the world, loot became the single source of Arab income.
  61. I was reminded of our history lessons, in which we learned about the loot or bounty an army enjoys when a battle is won.
  62. At his back was a quiver of arrows slung from a leathern shoulder belt, another piece of loot from some vanquished black.
  63. The defeatist foe had quickly loaded their war-ships with boxes and bags of loot stolen from Eid and other Fjordane towns.
  64. It seemed that Carmine’s men were counting their loot from the hit on Durante’s place when they were attacked and killed.
  65. Besides the hidden police officers who had already spotted Jack but waited till he stashed his loot, no one was at the docks.
  66. But from what Will said, he’s managed to track down plenty of loot, as he called it, and indicated it was worth millions.
  67. You may thank young Ujiro for this, as he protested that you were entitled to a part of it when we started splitting the loot.
  68. In about ten minutes a small figure emerged from the house, bearing a large paper sack filled with some enormous loot or other.
  69. Also every week, Princess Tempestria spawns and she drops some rare loot that you can sel for hundreds of gold at the auction house!.
  70. Do you want to join them? Anarchists who loot and burn? Who are irresponsibly violent? Don’t listen to these crazy violent criminals.
  71. Riding in, followed by a cart loaded with French loot, Ralph saw immediately that the defensive walls had long ago fallen into disrepair.
  72. They drove back to Abdullah’s house and carried their loot up to his room, thankful his parents were gone on a short vacation that week.
  73. The tubs in which orange-trees were planted, the flower-pots in hot-houses, were emptied of their contents in the same frenzied hunt for loot.
  74. Go inside with face covered, point the revolver, get the cash, move out quickly, remove the mask and mingle in the evening crowd with the loot.
  75. Cover for our loot, replied Mary, referring to the gold nuggets disguised as lead shot they had each stashed in their respective coffins.
  76. The whole job took me three days, and when all the loot was put ashore, I had three large piles of possessions which I covered with sail material.
  77. Ragged and ignorant as were Garcia's soldiers, they did not steal and loot as charged, for theft is religiously punished with death in the rebel camps.
  78. I need you to pull off a stream of successful robberies, and then I need Cassandra to conveniently get a tip on where the new thief is stashing his loot.
  79. Not really, just the meaning of the empty jars of moonshine sitting on my old desk and why someone would loot an old folded American flag in a glass case.
  80. The few people we encountered in the streets when we stopped to siphon gas, or in the stores we paused to loot, were heavily armed and kept a wary distance.
  81. The Reds had been spotted entering a new passage, apparently with the intent of raiding the Anduain archaeologists working diligently to loot some grave site.
  82. They were actually pirates, and they valued Archimedes for his ability to predict the most efficient way to loot ships and override human beings' living patterns.
  83. The loot included silver plates with designs in relief; a bar of the same metal, as large as a brick; ornaments, Indian shawls, and silk stuffs woven in gold or silver.
  84. The man nearest him – who presumably had prodded him – raised his sword to fight, but the others were grabbing the loot, snatching chickens and fighting over the ham.
  85. The few Nazi and Soviet troops that did wander through found little to loot, and by hiding in the woods, they had avoided being victims of the soldiers’ anger or caprice.
  86. Loot had darkened their faces and arms but it was better than being blown to scraps; far better than being drained to nothing by the Kankul soldiers if they caught up to them.
  87. After that I need Cassandra to set up a stakeout at the docks where on that specific date Jack will show up at the warehouse stash his loot and they arrest him, proposed Max.
  88. Kantos Kan accompanied him to act as guide, the green warriors commencing a thorough search of the palace for other Zodangans and for loot, and Dejah Thoris and I were left alone.
  89. We saved it from loot and destruction by replacing it with a replica just before the first temple of Jerusalem was sacked by an Egyptian expedition after the death of King Solomon.
  90. Entirely because Jones here, like a professional lawman, continued on up to the bushwhacker’s hideout, found his hidden loot and promptly turned it all in to the proper authorities.
  91. Its object, no doubt, was loot, and that was defeated, as you may have learned already from the cablegram sent via San Francisco and New York last night, when the cables were still open.
  92. If a stock fails to reach that price before the exercise date, the option expires worthless and the buyer loses what he paid, while the writer keeps his loot, whose polite name is premium.
  93. In three days we were on the march toward Zodanga, one hundred thousand strong, as Tars Tarkas had been able to enlist the services of three smaller hordes on the promise of the great loot of Zodanga.
  94. Piss off you fucking grave robber you do know that it’s a crime punishable by death to loot the dead? His face went pale at the mention of this and so did the faces of the two lads he was talking to.
  95. As the satisfied soldiers returned to their respective mats, Saburo took his own portion of the loot and that meant for Junmi and went to the separate room that he shared with three other ashigaru ko gashira.
  96. When the boys walked past the pretty synagogue at 8 Freiheit, or Freedom, street, they could not see the mob with torches that would loot it and burn it to the ground on the night of November 9, 1938—Kristallnacht.
  97. Sean only got away with a small bag of dough from one of the tellers and it was marked! The stupid bum had been spendin’ it all over town! The cops didn’t know nothin’ about me or our loot when they raided the place.
  98. That was more than enough leeway for us to enjoy our lives, and besides, we knew that eventually, when we were numerous enough, Zarkog would have us conquer all of you, in which case there would be loot and slaves for all.
  99. Some officials with secrets to hide then started quietly leaving town, disappearing into retirement with their loot before they could be named by the Revealer, while a couple of others committed suicide on seeing their name published.
  100. The total treasure he was looking at actually represented over double the ransom paid recently by King Charles: the rest must have constituted the loot amassed by the Viking army that had devastated the Seine region and Paris for years.
  1. He was looting Charlie’s corpse.
  2. That area presented no signs of looting.
  3. The looting had stopped and the army had.
  4. That would be looting, said one of the men.
  5. They had become addicted to looting and stealing.
  6. Looting property through force without recompense.
  7. Yet he was convicted of looting Tyco of $600 million.
  8. Riots, looting, end of the world, rape in the streets.
  9. There are widespread reports of looting in several suburbs.
  10. Looting continues in the city despite the decrees against it.
  11. Asked about fears of massive looting in municipalities Masondo said:.
  12. Are there any other reports of looting or other crimes, Brian?
  13. Original books being destroyed in the looting of the Serapeum of Rayy.
  14. Asiatic hordes; rampaging and burning and raping and looting and killing.
  15. As final German resistance crumbled, wholesale rape and looting occurred.
  16. They immediately set to looting and burning, but he didn’t seem to care.
  17. I told her about what had happened while she had been looting her apartment.
  18. Incidentally, a year after the disaster, rioting and looting is still going on.
  19. The Looting of the News in a Time of Terror (2004: Miramax Books – New York).
  20. It was an orgy of looting and fire that destroyed thousands of years of knowledge.
  21. Sources at the scene noted that the group was not involved in looting or property damage.
  22. The police are there to keep the local population from looting the onboard drugs cabinet.
  23. The Orthodox begin looting, and in a way of which our last campaign can give you no idea.
  24. Another man, then two more, this time a teenage boy and a girl, soon joined in the looting.
  25. The commies were walking all over the position and were looting the bodies of our dead men.
  26. The whole city was under siege by riot police who were prepared for more riots and looting.
  27. After the destruction and looting of Jerusalem, the Second Temple, and the surrounding area by.
  28. The mercenaries began looting the quarters, dragging forth screaming merchants and terrified women.
  29. They were demanding pay from him at Sevenoaks and there's no way he can raise the money without looting.
  30. We start in here, we hit 10, by that time we just start looting the facilities and somebody better show up.
  31. The only instruction Kutuzov gave of his own accord during that report referred to looting by the Russian troops.
  32. The only instruction Kutúzov gave of his own accord during that report referred to looting by the Russian troops.
  33. To make matters worse, many of the officers, following the example of their men, went looting from house to house.
  34. As I watched him go I though he’s a mate of Smiths who was probably in on the looting and other pilfering as well.
  35. Then a patrol arrived and all the men—all those who were not looting, that is—were arrested, and I among them.
  36. With all the looting and gunfire, Government workers and volunteers were in grave danger and had to move slowly and.
  37. Being philanthropists, they were content - after winning the victory - that their masters should always do the looting.
  38. The woman rolled her eyes and puffed out her breath, as he told Bruce, you all don't have shit in here worth looting.
  39. Robert himself got in the looting as well: after all, he deserved even more than his men to profit from that Viking defeat.
  40. It may be noted that it was Muhammad who led by example in looting the Jewish settlements of the oases, one after the other.
  41. There is one more thing Sir on our way across ‘No Man’s Land’ we found a lot of examples of the looting of our dead.
  42. Whole regiments of mercenaries and vassals mutinied and marched back to their own countries, looting and burning as they went.
  43. The biggest 'crime' is not sacrificing your life's efforts to a bunch of looting beggars you'll never have the misfortune to meet.
  44. The Channel 5 Newsplatoon is reporting that looting has spread to Brownsville, Harlem, Washington Heights, and the Lower East Side.
  45. We however are not like the Vikings, or anyone else from this century as a matter of fact, and simply stealing and looting is not our style.
  46. Shift schedules, fund allocations, project juggling, out-and-out looting of other projects… he’d never pulled so many stunts in his life.
  47. What really depressed him was the looting of the destroyed schools – the furniture, the books, the computers were all stolen by local people.
  48. We had enough of intruders torching our churches, looting our property, murdering our people, and kidnapping and raping our women and children.
  49. He was not going to tell her that he had been given that bottle by a rich Seattle citizen whom he had saved in extremis from looting ISF soldiers.
  50. I think the country is going to the dogs when we start saying that looting the state is part of African culture, which is basically what Nxesi was saying.
  51. The sheer amount of manpower and resources that they would lose in such a venture wouldn�t come close to what they would hope to gain by way of looting.
  52. But the roll of the drums did not make the looting soldiers run in the direction of the drum as formerly, but made them, on the contrary, run farther away.
  53. Conan felt the old tug of the professional fighting-man, to turn his horse and plunge into the fighting, the pillaging and the looting as in the days of old.
  54. Sherri was asleep when he got home, but he stayed up, looting beers from the rec-room fridge, wearing an uneven path in the carpet with his crutchless pacing.
  55. Much of the looting was done by southern looters, or damaged by Confederate troops themselves carrying out scorched earth tactics to deny the city to the Union.
  56. With the decimation of the police forces in the southern states and the number of distraught people there, we are liable to see wide scale riots and looting soon.
  57. That’s all there is, Ethan said, thinking he should at least try and reason with the man, even though he seemed to be toying with ideas that went beyond looting.
  58. They also provided statistics of German looting and destruction in the Soviet Union; the object was to give each man the feeling that he had a personal score to settle.
  59. But the most amazing example of the ineffectiveness of the orders given by the authorities at that time was Napoleon’s attempt to stop the looting and re-establish discipline.
  60. Our founders recognized that civil unrest with widespread rioting, looting, and violence would undermine the authority of the government and shake the confidence of the populace.
  61. It was accepted by everyone across the board that this alone went a long way to stemming the street violence and bringing to an end the looting and arson that had shamed the country.
  62. The men of the southern isles knew no other trade; and the Kushites of the crew joined whole-heartedly in the prospect of looting their own people, with the callousness of their race.
  63. Me and Henri are from Alsace, where mercenary companies and other various groups of soldiers have been constantly marching through, looting, raping and murdering their way as they went.
  64. There was quite a bit of gold in the palace and in their main temple, and even more was found in the ruins of the citadel, but the looting auxiliaries had taken all from the private homes.
  65. Have you any idea how much is at stake, my dear uncharismatic ex? Looting is an old, long-established activity but looters these days have better technology and better networks than anyone.
  66. The Carpetbaggers were looting the town, many honest folk were driven from their homes and did not know where to look for their next meal, and a negro sat in the lieutenant governor’s chair.
  67. Is that their science? Is that their solution, genocide of 90% of the earth’s population? By bankrupting the US, chaos would descend upon the world, with mass starvation, rioting and looting.
  68. These outlets have given the impression that the Crusades were unwarranted invasions by aggressive mercenary armies, whose only aim was the looting and pillage of the traditional lands of others.
  69. Besides, the Vikings wouldn’t have needed to ask me what date we are: they have been looting and rampaging through our country long enough now to know very well what date we are, right?’’.
  70. I also had to destroy your bulldozers which were in the process of flattening the Arab districts of Haifa and Jaffa, stopping at the same time some of your troops from looting abandoned Arab houses.
  71. Looting the country’s resources and moving the funds into wide places becomes like packages, the filthy rich then burn the dirty money on fashion and glamour while the real worker lives on 2 a day.
  72. I will watch for him but he better pray I never have him in my sights because I will show him no mercy it is bad enough looting the enemy dead but our boys as well never, and I left things there.
  73. In spite of such express orders from Muhammad, forty of the archers, when they sensed the ground troops were on the verge of looting the enemy camp, deserted their post amidst the battle to share the spoils.
  74. In reality Lavrushka, having got drunk the day before and left his master dinnerless, had been whipped and sent to the village in quest of chickens, where he engaged in looting till the French took him prisoner.
  75. In reality Lavrúshka, having got drunk the day before and left his master dinnerless, had been whipped and sent to the village in quest of chickens, where he engaged in looting till the French took him prisoner.
  76. But when the news trickled back that Lee had issued orders that no private property in Pennsylvania should be touched, that looting would be punished by death and that the General had earned to save his popularity.
  77. What vermin as been looting our boys if it’s those German bastards they have made their worst enemy and I will not show any of them any mercy whatsoever, and a vein started throbbing on the side of his temple.
  78. The remnants of the Bossonians were swept out of existence, and the blood-mad barbarians swarmed into Aquilonia, looting and burning, before the legions, warring again with the Nemedians, could be marched into the west.
  79. Strict orders had been issued against looting, and also to respect the sacred fetish temples or hovels, which were all marked by white cards so that no one should unwittingly enter and defile the sanctity of mud and sticks.
  80. Every day there were bombings, mass mob attacks on enemies on the state, looting, and massive shootouts with anti-fascists, leftist students, and the immigration population who were fighting for their very existence.
  81. Every one of those savages was enrolled at once, and received regular pay and rations, and after due warning against looting, the king and his followers were given a place of honour in the ceremonies when Kumassi capitulated.
  82. Order after order was issued by the French commanders that day forbidding the men to disperse about the town, sternly forbidding any violence to the inhabitants or any looting, and announcing a roll call for that very evening.
  83. YOU MAY HAVE HEARD A FEW MONTHS AGO THAT THE ARK OF THE COVENANT HAD BEEN SAVED FROM LOOTING AND DESTRUCTION IN THE PAST AND HAD BEEN BROUGHT BRIEFLY TO WARSAW BY THE TIME PATROL AFTER THE LIBERATION OF THE CITY FROM THE NAZIS.
  84. Napoleon was very uneasy during the first few days after his entry into Moscow regarding the movements of the Russian army, which had been completely lost sight of in the confusion of the fire, the looting, and all his other troubles.
  85. The lesser hordes had commenced looting and quarreling among themselves, so it was decided that we collect what warriors we could, man as many vessels as possible with Zodangan prisoners and make for Helium without further loss of time.
  86. More and more Vietminh village militiamen were turning against them and allying themselves with our soldiers in order to stop the Chinese from looting their villages’ food reserves, as those Chinese had done already in many places they went through.
  87. He thought that he was well prepared to defend his country, especially as his wife had been horribly killed by a gang of migrants whilst looting his home, but it was achieving nothing and he hadn’t expected to be ordered to fire upon women and children.
  88. I have every confidence in our police force, but they are under extreme pressure at the moment, what with all the looting and other fallout from the floods, and it"s not inconceivable that MacFife"s money and position may influence them more than your sincerity.
  89. When water is spilled on dry ground both the dry ground and the water disappear and mud results; and in the same way the entry of the famished army into the rich and deserted city resulted in fires and looting and the destruction of both the army and the wealthy city.
  90. Robert had then been sorely tempted to drop his support to that weak and versatile king, who had meekly paid ransom after ransom to the Vikings to keep them away from Western Francia, even though the Vikings kept breaking their word and returning to do more looting and killing.
  91. Why do you think Roman Generals tolerated their armies going on looting rampages, and raping and killing rampages? It was how they avoided paying them, and how they kept them hungry for loot, and submissively in their appointed ranks until they died and did not have to be paid off.
  92. Merthin had heard, travelling through Normandy, of the atrocities perpetrated by King Edward’ s army and, while he did not know specifically what Ralph had done, it would have been foolish to hope that Ralph had held himself aloof from that orgy of rape, burning, looting and slaughter.
  93. At first Pierre did not realize what these men, who were dragging something out, were about; but seeing before him a Frenchman hitting a peasant with a blunt saber and trying to take from him a fox-fur coat, he vaguely understood that looting was going on there, but he had no time to dwell on that idea.
  94. King Charles could have used that money to raise an army able to repulse that Viking force that had been burning and looting their way around Paris for years, but had instead sent most of his present army south in a foolish and pointless campaign supposedly meant to subdue his rebellious nephew, Charles de Provence.
  95. The reporter continued ‘Nxesi - instead of being absolutely outraged that his department is being abused to build the president a private palace, while the man has the use of at least three massive residences in Pretoria, Cape Town and KwaZulu-Natal, used all manner of excuses to try to justify this blatant looting of the taxpayers' money.
  96. The most powerful nation in the world being attacked by a tiny handful of terrorists produces massive collective shock around the world, while the small defenseless country of East Tabor being savagely attacked, invaded, and conquered… with all of the trademarks of an invading army… burning, looting, rape, and murder on a systematic scale; is barely considered worth a mention years later.
  97. And even had he not been hindered by anything on the way, his intention could not now have been carried out, for Napoleon had passed the Arbat more than four hours previously on his way from the Dorogomilov suburb to the Kremlin, and was now sitting in a very gloomy frame of mind in a royal study in the Kremlin, giving detailed and exact orders as to measures to be taken immediately to extinguish the fire, to prevent looting, and to reassure the inhabitants.
  98. And even had he not been hindered by anything on the way, his intention could not now have been carried out, for Napoleon had passed the Arbát more than four hours previously on his way from the Dorogomílov suburb to the Krémlin, and was now sitting in a very gloomy frame of mind in a royal study in the Krémlin, giving detailed and exact orders as to measures to be taken immediately to extinguish the fire, to prevent looting, and to reassure the inhabitants.
  99. Every war, however short its duration, with its usual accompanying losses, destruction of the crops, thieving, admissible debauchery, looting, murders, with the invented justifications of its necessity and its justice, with the exaltation and eulogizing of military exploits, of love of flag and country, with the hypocritical cares for the wounded, and so forth, corrupts in one year more than do millions of robberies, incendiarisms, murders, committed in the course of hundreds of years by individual men under the influence of the passions.
  100. You must understand that this riot, whose primary object was undoubtedly the getting hold of the San Tome silver stored in the lower rooms of the Custom House (besides the general looting of the Ricos), had acquired a political colouring from the fact of two Deputies to the Provincial Assembly, Senores Gamacho and Fuentes, both from Bolson, putting themselves at the head of it—late in the afternoon, it is true, when the mob, disappointed in their hopes of loot, made a stand in the narrow streets to the cries of 'Viva la Libertad! Down with Feudalism!' (I wonder what they imagine feudalism to be?) 'Down with the Goths and Paralytics.
  1. These ships were promptly looted.
  2. They waylaid and looted by armed.
  3. Banks are the first buildings to be looted.
  4. In the same year Pilgrims will be looted and a.
  5. We’d also heard that many homes had been looted.
  6. The store had been well looted and all the shelves were.
  7. One dictator after another looted an already poor Haiti.
  8. Poorly disciplined, they looted and burned York, Ontario.
  9. Instead he allegedly looted it, became a fugitive from U.
  10. Chinese, who looted our nation’s nuclear secrets at will.
  11. Simeon and Levi, sons of Jacob did this, and looted the town.
  12. I warn him that his dad might find his account has been looted.
  13. On arrival at this palace it was found to be deserted and looted.
  14. I have looted many green items and major potions from these guys.
  15. It hadn't been looted, but there wasn't a lot there to begin with.
  16. He was a far traveller and had looted the treasures of many kingdoms.
  17. There’s graffiti on the walls, and the gift store nearby has been looted.
  18. Even the soldiers of my own dear South looted not only the living but the dead.
  19. The houses which had survived the fire were plundered, and the churches looted.
  20. Most of the shops had heavy metal shutters; those that didn’t had been looted.
  21. He walked into the empty house and realised that it had been ransacked and looted.
  22. Did you have anything to eat lately, maam? We found some looted C-rations on these bastards.
  23. And the stuffs which reached in these countries are looted by the local goons, gangs and mafias.
  24. And many of the Korean markets and stores in the riot areas; were looted, burned, and destroyed.
  25. Mohammed’s prized treasures had been raided, looted and pillaged only three days after his death.
  26. This time, however, Rome looted the Macedonian treasury and split the country into four republics.
  27. There was one door, a sturdy bronze affair that must have been looted from some Vendhyan border tower.
  28. Most of his possessions have been looted, but I believe he still has considerable sums of money in the bank.
  29. Except for a single candlestick taken from the altar, we found that nothing in the church had been looted -- yet.
  30. The dead men, wearing what had not been looted from their uniforms, were apparently soldiers from the royal army.
  31. With fat-bellied brass idols he looted from the Shemite cities? As long as you're fighting Natohk, you may trust us.
  32. I’ve looted that poor Hab for everything it could give me, and in return it’s kept me alive for a year and a half.
  33. All the soldiers, turned second-hand dealers, were selling their plunder to those who had looted the treasure-chests.
  34. She noticed several more houses that appeared to have been broken into, presumably to be looted after the occupants died.
  35. The people had suffered a great deal, and though the Nazis had looted the Louvre, Tony found Paris relatively untouched.
  36. Even as officials looted Social Security funds to pay other expenses the federal debt increased by 33% from 2004 to 2007.
  37. Similarly, the caliph Marwan (ruled 744-750) looted and destroyed many monasteries in Egypt while fleeing the Abbasid army.
  38. We did go there, didn’t we? We really captured Panama, didn’t we, and looted it? It was I who led you, wasn’t it?
  39. Blades and armor of rare and precious materials had been looted, as well as many ‘less typical’, though equally precious weapons.
  40. Fezensac mentions it—In passing through the little town of Viazma, Napoleon came upon some soldiers who had looted a wine-cellar.
  41. Other ex-refugees, more lucky, were living as best they could in their bare houses, which had been looted by Haganah soldiers weeks ago.
  42. Houses were burned, businesses looted, and those minorities that failed to flee fast enough were in many cases butchered where they stood.
  43. People left their homes hastily with their doors left wide open, creating the certainty that everything was about to be looted and destroyed.
  44. They looted cities, devastated the country, and retired into the hills with their plunder, but the Picts occupied the land they had over-run.
  45. The ash and maple yellowed, my birthday came and went, and the brigands held the next music night after they’d looted a barge loaded with damson wine.
  46. News of the approach of the French came from all sides, and in one village, ten miles from Bogucharovo, a homestead had been looted by French marauders.
  47. The Time Patrol replaced it with a replica in the Temple of Solomon just before it was occupied and looted by Egyptian raiders after Solomon’s death.
  48. This time, there were no weapons or ammunition left intact to be looted, while a good fifty meters of the avenue was turned into a puddle of red-hot lava.
  49. I saw wagons full of gold and silver looted in the middle of the road, partly by Frenchmen, partly by Cossacks, without any display of hostility between them.
  50. They had mostly been looted of anything that could be sold or used - many families were using old car seats as furniture outside their derelict shanty buildings.
  51. There were evidences of the march of a conquering army in broken hedges, plundered fields and looted granaries, but torch and steel had not been loosed wholesale.
  52. There they loaded their holds with booty: jewellery, expensive cloth, and gold and silver plate looted by Edward’s army from the prosperous burgesses of Normandy.
  53. Alright let’s go and while we are there we will tell the RSM that you were trying to sell looted goods to me and then we will see who will be in the most trouble.
  54. That night the Greeks hiding inside it crept out, opened the gates of Troy from the inside: and let in the rest of the entire Greek army, and looted Troy and burned it to ashes.
  55. Nancy eyed Mazarin cautiously, restraining herself in extremis from remarking to him that the 7,000 mercenaries he had brought with him had also looted and raped their way to Poitiers.
  56. Since the doctrine of altruism carried to its logical conclusion would result in the destruction of mankind, you have to allow some retention of life-efforts, but most should be looted.
  57. She mentioned that there had been an even more elaborate gold and silver garden in the palace but that had been looted by the auxiliaries before any of our people got a chance to see it.
  58. Gangs of fascist youths guised as vigilantes roamed the streets, or went into areas with a large number of immigrants; killed, looted, burned down, and terrorised hapless and helpless victims.
  59. Not that it would have grown, as the soil is dry and arid since the irrigation system failed after the pumps were looted, and the new ‘war veteran’ owners know nothing about farming anyway.
  60. He hoped the ladies would never hear of the horrors of the looted cemetery, sick, remembered the bitter curses of the Confederates when they saw the remains of for they’d never get over that.
  61. Valerius plundered and raped and looted and destroyed until even Amalric protested, warning him that he would beggar the kingdom beyond repair, not knowing that such was his fixed determination.
  62. One last point: the Ninth Century was well known in history for the depredations of Scandinavian pirates called ‘Vikings’, who looted, burned and massacred their way across most of Europe in this century.
  63. Today West Midlands Police was going to put up a giant screen in Victoria Square and The Bull Ring Shopping centre that would flash images of the rioters that destroyed and looted their city a few months back.
  64. Florentino Ariza continued to visit her in the looted house, whose furnishings were reduced to three leather stools that the thieves forgot in the kitchen, and the contents of the bedroom where the two of them had been.
  65. Work hard, apply your rationality to the problems of nature, create wealth, become independent of the state and you will be attacked, looted and penalised to the maximum ability of the state under threat of imprisonment.
  66. Checking quickly the other coffers and chests, Robert found them also filled with silver and gold, plus some jewels, including gold chalices and crosses that had obviously been looted from some churches or monasteries by the Vikings.
  67. You have been warned about this kind of thing before but you have always got away with it but I will tell you now if I ever catch you selling looted property I will shoot you out of hand, and from the look on Ted’s face we knew he would.
  68. Liz watched in horror as they showed packs and packs of blacks running amok, attacking shoppers or beating senseless anyone who they came across, women were raped, shops looted and burned down, and even elderly white people butchered like animals.
  69. The slavish way he led the consortium during the Terran occupation of Ceres, using his pacifist convictions as an excuse to do nothing while the ISF goons of Zembelo basically looted the place, totally discredited him in the eyes of our citizens.
  70. His mind made, Robert knelt beside the dead Viking, whose gold rings and necklace suggested that he had been an important chieftain, and calmly looted the body, adding on his own belt the purse of the dead Dane and putting in it the rings and necklace.
  71. Gould these pages of dirty-greyish rough paper (perhaps looted in some village store), covered with the crabbed, illiterate handwriting of the old padre, carried off from his hut by the side of a mud-walled church to be the secretary of the dreaded Salteador.
  72. They rode four abreast, mounted on confiscated Campo horses, clad in the heterogeneous stock of roadside stores they had looted hurriedly in their rapid ride through the northern part of the province; for Pedro Montero had been in a great hurry to occupy Sulaco.
  73. The German Government of National Salvation, which I represent, pledges to do its utmost to return promptly all the prisoners of war, forced laborers and internees still in Germany to their countries of origin, along with the artistic treasures and other valuable assets looted by the Nazis during their occupation of Europe.
  74. How could that army- which had found abundant supplies in Moscow and had trampled them underfoot instead of keeping them, and on arriving at Smolensk had looted provisions instead of storing them- how could that army recuperate in Kaluga province, which was inhabited by Russians such as those who lived in Moscow, and where fire had the same property of consuming what was set ablaze?
  75. How could that army—which had found abundant supplies in Moscow and had trampled them underfoot instead of keeping them, and on arriving at Smolénsk had looted provisions instead of storing them—how could that army recuperate in Kalúga province, which was inhabited by Russians such as those who lived in Moscow, and where fire had the same property of consuming what was set ablaze?
  76. Those who tried to understand the general course of events and to take part in it by self-sacrifice and heroism were the most useless members of society, they saw everything upside down, and all they did for the common good turned out to be useless and foolish- like Pierre’s and Mamonov’s regiments which looted Russian villages, and the lint the young ladies prepared and that never reached the wounded, and so on.
  77. Those who tried to understand the general course of events and to take part in it by self-sacrifice and heroism were the most useless members of society, they saw everything upside down, and all they did for the common good turned out to be useless and foolish—like Pierre’s and Mamónov’s regiments which looted Russian villages, and the lint the young ladies prepared and that never reached the wounded, and so on.
  1. Brothers, today’s loots aren’t small, there is small.
  2. But Du Xiaoyu said, I don’t wish to have the loots anymore.
  3. And she has been fooled in the first place because her provinces have been pillaged- they say the Holy Russian army loots terribly- her army is destroyed, her capital taken, and all this for the beaux yeux* of His Sardinian Majesty.
  4. And she has been fooled in the first place because her provinces have been pillaged—they say the Holy Russian army loots terribly—her army is destroyed, her capital taken, and all this for the beaux yeux * of His Sardinian Majesty.

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