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stole

a long narrow scarf worn by various officiating clergymen
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The plunge in stolen bases during the next decade is made evident by two statistics: after 1920, no player in the major leagues stole as many as 60 bases during the rest of the decade, and only twice in either league from 1921 through 1929 (the National League in 1921 and 1923) did teams collectively average more than 100 stolen bases.
LANDDSCAPE COPE Archbishop David Crawley wears a stole, cope and mitre by fabric artist Amanda Gravells.
The thieves also stole prey from the hosts, but only occasionally.
She hoped this new technique would help her discover who stole the watch.
NETHERTHONG: August 8 Burglars snapped rear Europrofile lock, entered and stole jewellery and electrical items.
In the first 5 months of 1996, thieves in Jacksonville stole over 300 hand-held cellular phones and cloned even more.
I wanted a piece of him so bad, especially when I saw the grave he stole the flowers from was a World War II veteran's.
In one of Hrycyk's cases, the butler of oil tycoon Howard Keck stole a painting from the card room of the Keck mansion, replacing it with a photographed replica.
HONLEY: June 28 - Burglar forced open side fire door, entered and stole laptop, camera and petty cash from DES Group, Huddersfield Road.
LONGLEY: Monday June 22 - Thieves unscrewed hinges on shed door, entered and stole petrol and strimmer.
They stole about $50,000 worth of items, including all his kitchen appliances and his barbecue - items police have not recovered.
June 10 - Burglar entered house through unlocked door, stole car keys and Audi A6.