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steal·ing

kleptophobia.
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Louis Browns, Detroit Tigers, and Chicago White Sox each accumulated more outs caught stealing than they did stolen bases.
Two men are accused of stealing 30 packets of steak worth PS180 from Co-op in Harpers Parade, Stockton (REF: S-35 a&b-2015)
I went into a fogey-length explanation as to why stealing Microsoft's intellectual property was morally no different from reaching into Bill Gates' pocket and stealing money from his wallet.
For the fourth straight year, imports remained the prime target of automobile theft, with the 1989 Toyota Camry stealing the top spot as the most-stolen vehicle in the U.
The thieves get away with stealing silk because they're small and they move stealthily, Tso observes.
By stealing the stamps, she was sending up a "trial balloon" to see what would happen.
Clinical studies of the illness have included more female than male participants, though more men are arrested for stealing.
They pushed victim on to sofa and made search of property, stealing house key.
Bill Deane undertook a private study in 1991 of Johnny Bench's stolen bases and caught stealing allowed which encouraged me to try to incorporate that analysis into the catcher rating.
The Angels did all the little things needed in a tight game, getting a bunt down, stealing bases, making plays on defense.
They reopened the case when a landowner in a nearby county caught a suspect stealing black-walnut trees from his property.
However, anyone who has hired a "good interview" and later discovered that person stealing is well aware of the dangers of relying on the interview as the sole process for eliminating the proverbial "bad apple.