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bootleg

[′büt‚leg]
(mining engineering)
A hole, shaped somewhat like the leg of a boot, caused by a blast that has failed to shatter the rock properly.
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During questioning, the suspects admitted that they used to choose the cars meant to be stolen, steal them and then sell them to bootleggers or car smugglers to smuggle them out of the country
Thus, bootleggers bring a persistence and focus to their political activity that typically exceeds the Baptists', who are generally less organized and more concerned with noble intentions than legislative details.
Now, as vaping supplants some smoking, there is a new cadre of bootleggers -- the holders of tobacco bonds.
Bootleggers responded swiftly and negatively, with representatives of different associations going to the media to say that regulation is about safety, not self-interest.
Bootleggers and Baptists knew what was in and not in the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The police said that they would not tolerate the bootleggers who would be caught carrying out such illegal activities.
The bootleggers who attacked the police team on Friday night have been nabbed with the assistance of the third accused who was arrested on Saturday," a source said.
Advaniji was staying in a hotel, which belongs to one of the biggest bootlegger who was in pasa in Gujarat.
He said bootleggers often bury their stash in the sand or hide it in man-holes before selling it at the weekend.
AHOUSAHT FIRST NATION HAS taken the next step in its attempt to rid the community on the West Coast of Vancouver Island of drug dealers and bootleggers.
From next year bootleggers like Kerr will face fines of up to pounds 20,000 under new tobacco laws.
bootleggers, was an appropriate place for Rodriguez to perform much of his 1968 album Cold Fact.