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tout

1. 
a. a person who spies on racehorses so as to obtain betting information to sell
b. a person who sells information obtained by such spying
2. a person who sells tickets unofficially for a heavily booked sporting event, concert, etc., at greatly inflated prices
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SCOTLAND'S hottest pop star Lewis Capaldi has rooted out touts who nabbed tickets for his sell-out gigs.
The process of verifying fake documents had declined after former foreign secretary took notice of the issue; however, the tout mafia has established its hold again with the alleged support of the centre staff.
Bradley Tout jumped from the dock and ran out of Worcester Crown Court last Wednesday moments after jurors found him guilty of attacking a teenage girl in December 2016.
Elle a en tout cas decide de dire ce que, ni responsables, ni citoyens n'osent dire a propos des vraies raisons de ce qui arrive a Nabeul et Hammamet, par exemple.
Nairobi police are investigating the "untouchable" Meru tout who left a traveller near dead over his choice of a matatu.
By NATION REPORTERA matatu tout accused of assaulting passengers at Tea Room in Nairobi allegedly works with senior police officers to collect bribes from drivers, the Daily Nation has learnt.Mr Felix Mwingirwa, fellow touts said, is very close with police officers and is tasked with collecting bribes from matatu drivers for those attached to the traffic bases in Nairobi and depositing the money in bank accounts.
[beaucoup moins que] Ce qui m'a surpris, c'est qu'en France, on sait tout de suite qui va gagner la rencontre.
Actualites Eecrit par Mohamed Mouftakir Tout ce qui est filme n'est pas du cinema.
"I will continue to work on this issue in Parliament, as I do not believe it is ever right for fans, and artists, to lose out just to make some greedy tout heaps of money for adding no value whatsoever.
In tonight's edition of the programme, they also investigate the secondary ticketing market and confront a tout selling tickets for huge profit in Cardiff city centre.