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confiscate

1. seized or confiscated; forfeit
2. having lost or been deprived of property through confiscation
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The US customs ranked first this year with regard to confiscating items that violated intellectual property, with 7,554 operations, and ranked eighth in terms of confiscated items with 16,501,136 copied items.
62 million after confiscating 10 illegal gateways and 45 tellulars.
In an attempt to stamp out gambling police this week carried out a series of raids island-wide confiscating 193 desktop computers, ten laptops, 108 hard drives, two televisions and around e1/416,490 in cash.
Police set up checkpoints and continue confiscating illegal vehicles.
SECURITY officers at Newcastle International Airport are confiscating 40 cans of beans a week from customer hand luggage.
SANTA CLARITA -- Nearly 100 deputies swarmed through areas of Canyon Country, Valencia and Newhall Wednesday morning, arresting 14 people and confiscating swastika-emblazoned knives, two guns and several bags of narcotics during a probation and warrant sweep.