plundering

  • 1plundering — index burglary, foray, havoc, housebreaking, larcenous, predatory, rapacious, robbery, spoliation …

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  • 2plundering — I noun the act of stealing valuable things from a place the plundering of the Parthenon his plundering of the great authors • Syn: ↑pillage, ↑pillaging • Derivationally related forms: ↑pillage ( …

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  • 3Plundering — Plunder Plun der, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Plundered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Plundering}.] [G. pl[ u]ndern to plunder, plunder frippery, baggage.] 1. To take the goods of by force, or without right; to pillage; to spoil; to sack; to strip; to rob; as, to… …

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  • 4plundering — Synonyms and related words: banditry, brigandage, brigandism, depredation, despoiling, despoilment, despoliation, direption, foraging, foray, freebooting, looting, marauding, pillage, pillaging, plunder, plunderous, predacious, predatory, raid,… …

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  • 5plundering — plun·der || plÊŒndÉ™(r) n. loot, spoils; pillaging, stealing; robbing; embezzlement, fraud v. steal, rob, pillage; embezzle, defraud …

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  • 6Plundering Time — The Plundering Time (1644–1646) was a period of civil unrest in the Province of Maryland caused by the tensions of the English Civil War. Governor Leonard Calvert (1606–1647) led colonial defenses against Parliamentary privateers such as Captain… …

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  • 7COLLECTIBLES: Plundering Art — ▪ 1996       While the strategy and tactics of warfare changed significantly throughout the centuries in response to technological and cultural developments, one rule had remained constant To the victor belong the spoils. Though the acquisition… …

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  • 8Art repatriation — is the return of art or cultural objects, usually referring to ancient or looted art, to their country of origin or former owners (or their heirs). The disputed cultural property items are physical artifacts of a group or society that were taken… …

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  • 9The rise of Jat power — ’ (king) was conferred upon him in 1724. [Dr P.L. Vishwakarma, The Jats, I, Ed Dr Vir Singh, (Delhi:2004), 116] In past Jats always rose against tyranny, injustice, economic and social exploitations and were never overawed by claims of racial or… …

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  • 10pillaging — noun the act of stealing valuable things from a place the plundering of the Parthenon his plundering of the great authors • Syn: ↑plundering, ↑pillage • Derivationally related forms: ↑pillage, ↑plunder ( …

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  • 11plunder — I. verb (plundered; plundering) Etymology: German plündern Date: 1632 transitive verb 1. a. to take the goods of by force (as in war) ; pillage, sack < invaders plundered the town > …

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  • 12Connacht — Connachta / Cúige Chonnacht Flag …

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  • 13Looting — Plunder redirects here. For other uses, see Plunder (disambiguation). Ransack redirects here. For the Transformers character, see Ransack (Transformers). Looting (Hindi lūṭ, akin to Sanskrit luṭhati, [he] steals; also Latin latro, latronis thief&#8230; …

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  • 14Rajput — constitute one of the major Hindu Kshatriya groups from India. They claim descent from ancient royal warrior dynasties of Kshatriyas. They are identified with the word Rajanya found in ancient Indian literature and trace their roots to Rajputana …

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  • 15Swabian War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Swabian War partof= caption=The battle of Hard was the first major battle of the Swabian War. Illustration from the Luzerner Schilling of 1513. date=January ndash; September 1499 place=Northern and eastern&#8230; …

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  • 16Sieges of Galway — The city of Galway, Ireland built as a naval base and military fort by Tairrdelbach mac Ruaidri Ua Conchobair in 1124, refounded as a military outpost and town by Richard Mor de Burgh in 1230 has been subjected to a number of battles, sacks and&#8230; …

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  • 17Mølen — A cairn in Mølen, with a human for scale. Mølen is Norway s largest beach of rolling stones, and is a part of Vestfoldraet: the terrain left behind after the end of the most recent Ice age around 10,000 years ago. The wind and sea have lashed the …

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  • 18Churaman — Marharajah Churaman Marharajah of Bharatpur Reign 1695 1721 AD Predecessor Raja Ram Jat Successor Badan Singh Royal House …

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  • 19Nazi plunder — German soldiers of the Hermann Göring Division posing in front of the Palazzo Venezia in Rome in 1944 with a picture taken from the Biblioteca del Museo Nazionale di Napoli before the Allied forces arrival in the cityCarlo III di Borbone che&#8230; …

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  • 20PlunderChess — (trademark by White Horse Games, LLC) is a chess variant in which the capturing piece is allowed to temporarily take the moving abilities of the piece taken. Rules The so called plundering occurs when a chess piece captures an opposing chess&#8230; …

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