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1. The two criminals were in cahoots.
2. In his view they were all in cahoots with the police.
3. Sun is reportedly not in cahoots.
4. Rogers is accused of being in cahoots with the mafia.
5. To top the offer cahoot is giving a 5 per cent cashback on balance transfers.
6. Perhaps he was in cahoots with the one who got in through a skylark?
7. Are they in cahoots with that mad biker From Leicester?
8. Cahoot, Abbey National's online arm,[sentencedict.com] comes top of the heap with a very modest 8 per cent APR.
9. A supermarket assistant, in cahoots with a customer, wrapped goods and deliberately understated the price.
10. In a statement, Cahoot said: "As soon as we discovered it, we closed the site while we did testing and sorted out a solution.
11. However, Cahoot claimed that the security glitch had not made it possible for people to take money out of other people's accounts.
12. With the cahoot of the government and media, as well as the enthusiastic and unbidden cooperation of the most Chinese populace, China becomes one boundless stage in 2008 thoroughly.
13. The Forest Service and the timber industry were in cahoots.
14. It's reckoned that someone in the government was in cahoots with the assassin.
15. Some people believe that the company directors are in cahoots with the government.
16. Some dealers tried to convey the false impression that the two markets were in cahoots.
17. But Mr Espina has his work cut out to convince people that he was not in cahoots with Mr Serrano.
18. Those who floated to the surface were merely declared to be in cahoots with the devil.
19. I even found it difficult to believe that she had ever been in cahoots with Mr Broadhurst.
20. While the special offers can change day to day, there are a few banks that have been performing consistently well – the big three being Cahoot, Egg and Smile.
21. A breakdown in the security system at online bank Cahoot left customers able to access other people's account details.