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steal

 [stēl]
diversion of something from its normal course, usually referring to blood flow in occlusive arterial disease.
subclavian steal in occlusive disease of the subclavian artery, a reversal of blood flow in the ipsilateral vertebral artery from the basilar artery to the subclavian artery beyond the point of occlusion; this may deprive the brain of blood and cause the subclavian steal syndrome.

steal

(stēl),
Diversion of blood by alternate routes or reversed flow, from one vascular bed to another, often causing symptoms in the organ from which blood flow has been diverted.
[M.E. stelen, fr. A.S. stelan]

steal

Cardiology
noun To use blood from another region.
 
Vox populi
verb To acquire unlawfully.

steal

(stēl)
Diversion of blood through alternate routes or reversed flow, from a vascularized tissue to one deprived by proximal arterial obstruction.
[M.E. stelen, fr. A.S. stelan]

steal

(stēl)
Diversion of blood by alternate routes or reversed flow, from one vascular bed to another, often causing symptoms in organ from which blood flow has been diverted.
[M.E. stelen, fr. A.S. stelan]
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Meanwhile the Kenyan suspects were both quoted as admitting to prosecutors that they opened luggage on different occasions in search of something to steal. They also admitted that they stole a chocolate bar and chewing gum.
More often than not, home runs hitters had been in the mold of Ted Williams, Ted Kluszewski, or Duke Snider--sizeable players who rarely attempted to steal a base--while basestealers resembled Nellie Fox or Max Carey, namely diminutive players who posed little threat of hitting a home run.
In their 1976 championship season, eight players stole in double figures for the Big Red Machine (Pete Rose had 9), led by Joe Morgan's 60 steals in 69 attempts.
The thieves split the profits in thirds: the person who steals the card, the one who makes the counterfeit ID, and the "signer," or the person who passes the card, each receive one-third of the profits.
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Magruder that Tommy "likes to break into houses, steal stuff and beat up women.
The person who is inclined to steal, and to do so repeatedly, usually thinks like a thief, rationalizing their behavior as ordinary, as right.
They feel that they have been given a green light to steal with impunity, so they steal more expensive items and steal them more often.
Window of a VW Transporter was smashed to steal power tools.
Side door of a Ford Transit was bent to enter and steal a laser.
Glass roof panels were smashed to enter and steal speakers, testers and a clock.