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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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Sub-Inspector Muhammad Ejaz from Tarnol police station arrested a bootlegger Imran and recovered two wine bottles from him, further more Sub Inspector Muhammad Iddress arrested a Shahid involved in theft activities and recovered stolen property amounting To Rs 10,000 from him.
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 and Baptists knew what was in and not in the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
In the new book, Bootleggers and Baptists, Yandle teams up with his grandson, an economist at Johnson and Wales University, to survey the theory and evidence and to apply the framework to cases such as the English Factory Act of 1833, health reform, tobacco regulation, and the Troubled Asset Recovery Program (TARP) of 2008.
The 26-year-old Pakistani fashion designer was said to have taken several photos of the three Pakistani bootleggers as he wanted to report them to the police.
Gentlemen Bootleggers tells of men who devoted themselves to creating the finest black market whiskey not only for money, but also for love of the drink, and is as intriguing to lay readers as it is to historians researching the Prohibition era.
During search and investigation the police found out that the bootleggers were storing alcohol in the refrigerators of the restaurant that they were in charge of and also some quantity was found stored in a bag of car belonging to one of them.
THE Delhi Police have detained all the three accused bootleggers who battered a Delhi police constable to death by in Ghitorni area of South Delhi on Friday.
On our column about Olly Murs bootleggers Well said, Paul Fulford.
It became widely used in the 1920s and early bootleggers smuggled foreign-made liquor into the US from Canada and Mexico and from ships in international waters.
7 (ANI): Hitting out at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Lal Krishna Advani for sharing the dais with alleged bootleggers during his anti-corruption 'Jan Chetna Yatra,' the ruling Congress Party on Monday said the opposition's double standards have been exposed in Daman and Gujarat.