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1. Two customers have foiled a smash-and-grab raid on a local shop.
2. Newspapers are stuffed with smash-and-grab, hit-and-runs.
3. Newspaper are stuffed with smash-and-grab, bit-and-runs.
4. Middlesbrough reverted to their 4-5-1 away formation and climbed two places in the promotion race with a smash-and-grab win at Swindon.
5. Who has the brain and money to stage this smash-and-grab?
6. We need to restore large sections of the financial industry to the mutual ownership that served this nation so well until the scandalous smash-and-grab raids of demutualisation in the 1990s.
7. The test team is having some serious fun with smash-and-grab, especially with the built-in VOIP.
8. For all the hosts' pressure, however, had Stewart converted one of two breakaway chances, the Reds could have staged an unlikely late smash-and-grab.
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