swindle


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swindle

a fraudulent scheme or transaction
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STAR Tweedy's sister Cheryl Cole SUPERGRASS But Andrew Tweedy was still jailed for six years; left, the weapons used in the raid JAILED From left, Christopher Swindle, Christopher Finlison, Jamie Percival and Craig Glendinning
It went through an area that hasn't burned in a long time,'' Swindle said Sunday.
Both trials were told that former Dublin Lord Mayor Mr Keating, a member of the Garrett Fitzgerald Government in the 1980s, also featured in the swindle.
Swindle added that he is troubled not only by the vagueness of the legislative proposal but also by the disregard for the enforcement burden and the attendant costs businesses would be asked to bear.
What is especially needed to resolve such dilemmas is what behavioral theorists refer to as discriminative stimuli and responses, stimuli and responses whose presence is associated with a swindle situation and whose absence is associated with a non-swindle situation (Donahoe and Palmer 1994).
Swindle was also a team lead and director where he oversaw and developed strategic property preservation and inspection processes for his clients.
Tweedy, Swindle, Finlinson, and Stanners were subsequently charged, while five other men were released on bail.
Robust opposition to this swindle would be a huge vote winner.
Mr Cox and Mr Swindle, who formed Alsters Kelley in 1982 and was a senior partner for several years, retired from the profession a month after the investigation started.
The crimes range from dishonest contractors who swindle a naive homeowner to trusted advisers who embezzle a client's life savings.
People in Philadelphia were surprised to learn in May that a local longtime gay activist had allegedly used his respected reputation to swindle the city out of almost $200,000.
A LECTURER has been charged by police investigating an alleged swindle involving the Who Wants to be a Millionaire?