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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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The materials that were allegedly bootlegged by the defendants include Prince's performances from 2011 in North Carolina, 2002 in Oakland, and 1983 in Chicago.
which describe the arrest of an eighty-year-old woman named Sarah Yagoda for purchasing bootlegged song sheets in 1930 (p.
To encourage productive bootlegging-and to bring bootlegged projects into the open--managers should create an environment that respects and rewards innovation efforts, even when they are not completely successful.
Ninety-five percent of music sold in Peru is on bootlegged discs.
Similarly, who could possibly have conceived that four out of five handrolled cigarettes in the UK would be bootlegged into the country, or that more than one and a half million pints of beer cross the channel every day, 75% of which are bootlegged.
An association spokesman said: "The vast majority of the packets which avoid duty are bootlegged or smuggled.
The band are way out in front as the most bootlegged artists in the UK with a staggering 384 different titles seized, figures compiled by the British Phonographic Industry's Anti-Piracy Unit showed.
Now an Action Week is planned to tell retailers how to spot bootlegged goods and invite them to call a Customs and Excise hotline.