Definition: theft; Ex. petit larceny
Definition: theft; Ex. petit larceny
Sentences Containing 'larceny'
For Flask to have presumed to help himself, this must have seemed to him tantamount to larceny in the first degree.
In May 2010 he pled guilty in a New York court to charges of grand larceny, and was ordered to pay restitution of more than $540,000 and to serve a sentence of 50 weekends, which he did on Rikers Island from June 2010 to July 2011.
Shortly after enlisting, he was convicted of larceny and served a prison sentence from 1908 to 1910 at Fort Leavenworth's United States Disciplinary Barracks.
In February 2008, defensive back Mike Brown was arrested by UVa police and charged with one count each of grand larceny, possession of stolen property with intent to sell, altering serial numbers, and possession of marijuana.
Currently the newest releases of various Scheme implementations, such as Chez Scheme, Racket, Ikarus, Larceny and Ypsilon, support the R6RS standard. There is a portable reference implementation of the proposed implicitly phased libraries for R6RS, called psyntax, which loads and bootstraps itself properly on various older Scheme implementations.
He was soon arrested on a charge of grand larceny, but was acquitted.
Love and Larceny or Il mattatore is a 1960 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi.
Larceny of papaq was considered as a hostile action against its owner.
Shortly after emigrating from England to Australia, Glover was convicted on two counts of larceny in Victoria, and a stealing charge in New South Wales.
In 1962, he was convicted on two counts of assaulting women in Melbourne, two counts of indecent assault, one of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and another four counts of larceny.
In England and Wales, the term fraudulent conversion was superseded by the identically named offences under the Larceny Act 1901 and sections 20 and 21 of the Larceny Act 1916.
In 1866, sureties made an $8,000 cash bond for Edward McGuire in Connecticut, after he was charged with grand larceny.
Following those, he slipped to leads in B musicals, two at Paramount, then eight at Universal, including a re-teaming with Kitty Carlisle in "Larceny with Music" (1943).
On August 4, 2010, his daughter Caroline was arrested and charged with petty larceny after allegedly shoplifting about $100 in cosmetics from a Sephora store near her mother Donna Hanover's Upper East Side home.
These range from criminal, civil, commercial, personal status, court-martial, and other miscellaneous offences classified as "special cases" under the penal code ("e.g.", kidnappings, grand larceny).
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mortify - humiliate by embarassing excessively; shame; punish the flesh; discipline (one's body) by self-denial; Ex. mortified by her blunder; Ex. mortify the flesh; CF. cause to die
dereliction - neglect of duty; abandonment
litany - supplicatory prayer; prayer in which the priest calls out and the people replies in the same words
germane - pertinent; bearing upon(having connection with) the case at hand; appropriate
gauche - clumsy (in social behavior); coarse and uncouth
checkered - (chequered) marked by great changes in fortune; with many changes of fortuene; CF. checked: having a pattern of squares
incriminate - accuse of or implicate in a crime; serve as evidence against; cause to seem or make guilty of a crime; Ex. incriminating evidence
adulterate - make impure or of poorer quality by adding inferior or tainted(contaminated) substances
contend - struggle; compete; assert earnestly; state strongly