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interloper

Commerce a person who trades unlawfully
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This restriction, along with the strength of law enforcement in Britain, precludes freewheeling jitney activity and the sort of interloping seen in the less-developed countries.
Security was intense for the production to prevent interloping journalists from getting any dirt on the show.
That's when the sport-utility vehicle Duarte and the witness were riding in attempted to block the interloping gray Explorer, which ``backed up and left,'' the witness said.
Under a plan by Los Angeles County to create a wetland on 200 acres of the wash between the Foothill Freeway and Wentworth Street, officials will get rid of interloping plants and animals such as cowbirds, which will be trapped.
Mating season arrives, and Augustin actually gets so jealous of an interloping male cat he takes to daubing himself with mud ``spots'' and padding around on all fours.
President Clinton's dog, Buddy, trees a pair of interloping squirrels while on a walk with Clinton on White House grounds Tuesday before the president left for a round of golf.
Giant'' (1956): Released after Dean's death, this epic about two generations of a Texas family cast Dean as interloping outsider Jett Rink, a brooding ranch hand who falls for the lady of the ranch (Elizabeth Taylor) and clashes with her husband (Rock Hudson) before striking oil on his small parcel of land and becoming rich but never really happy.
Interference, interloping and intervention from Tehran are not -- and never will be -- the way forward for Sana'a.
Anyone would think the 'Yes' campaign had Y won the referendum, that Scots had voted to leave the UK and wanted to turf out the now stateless interloping southerners.
A key issue supporting these figures is that the majority of these interloping young adults are happy living at home.
His opinion on all these matters can be summed up in a reference he makes to General David Petraeus, for whom he feels one part grudging admiration, and nine parts loathing: "With his Princeton doctorate, French-speaking wife, sharp wit, and endless desire to network, Petraeus saw the inquiring journalists, visiting academics, and members of Congress not as dirty interloping pests but as kindred souls.
This solution provides an alternative and interloping proposal that provides procedural and substantive rules applicable to the demographic of actual polygamists and attracts this key demographic to the legal process.