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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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Similar corruption of Klan police officers, by bootleggers and speakeasy owners particularly, was common in areas controlled politically by the Klan, contributing to the disillusionment Moore describes with both Prohibition and the Klan.
49 House No, 213 located in sector F-10/4 owned by notorious bootlegger Malik Saghar in limits of Shalimar police station.
The injured corporal claimed to prosecutors that five policemen were dispatched to Ras Al Khor to arrest the bootleggers.
Advaniji was staying in a hotel, which belongs to one of the biggest bootlegger who was in pasa in Gujarat.
Bootleggers, according to Yandle, are not as visible in the process as Baptists, but they are "no less vital." They "grease the political machinery with some of their expected proceeds.
Bootleggers can even get death sentence under the new law.
Post the hooch tragedy, the police rounded up 520 bootleggers in Ahmedabad city alone and around 69 from Ahmedabad rural.
Film moguls fear the cartoon family's big screen adventure will be taped by bootleggers and made into counterfeit copies.
A FORMER snooker champion who became one of Scotland's biggest bootleggers has had his pounds 350,000 fortune frozen by the courts.
Hunter and Jen set off to find Mandy, expose the bootleggers, and track down rogue cool hunters who are underground and working against the client and all things cool.