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1. He made off with all the old man's savings.
2. He made off with my dictionary.
3. Masked robbers broke in and made off with $8,000.
4. They broke in and made off with all the furniture.
5. The money has been made off with her.
6. The children have made off with the whole cake.
7. He made off with the girl.
8. Masked robbers broke in, tied him up, and made off with $8,000.
9. Two boys made off with our cases while we weren't looking.
10. Thieves broke into the school and made off with computer equipment worth ￡40,000.
11. The thief dived his hand into my handbag and made off with my purse.
12. Somebody broke into the shop and made off with several TVs and videos.
13. She soon made off with the fortune which she had gained when his father died.
14. Work, rest and steal SWEET-TOOTHED thieves made off with 230,000 Mars Bars in a cheeky raid on the world-famous chocolate factory.
15. Pond purloined: A Scarborough school's nature garden has been scuppered by thieves who made off with their fish pond.
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16. Thieves made off with a microwave oven, ￡200 cash, a compact disc player, television and video recorder.
17. The thieves also made off with a Stihl chainsaw valued at ￡150.
18. Thieves broke into the gallery and made off with paintings valued at over $2 million.
19. They hit coshed the driver and made off with two and a half million pounds in used five pound notes.
20. One of the men, however, easily held down the exciseman while the others made off with the booty.
21. He might have been a monster ready to make off with me.
22. The Beast will make off with your children.
23. Portugal star Ronaldo is the favourite to make off with the world player of the year crown and Nani does not want to be compared to his fellow countryman,(sentencedict.com) but has big aims for the future.
24. They make off with other countries'raw materials at low prices.
25. But knowing that the mischievous youngsters would make off with his boots if he left them on the ground, he tied them to his waist-band before he started the climb.
26. "If you were really going to go and steal something from the Palace Museum, there's a lot more valuable things you could make off with," Smith said.
27. In it, Parson shoots an elephant and lets a bunch of villagers make off with its flesh.
28. Going beak to beak, an adult king penguin challenges a skua attempting to make off with a freshly killed chick.
29. It had been said that his plan to buy a boat was nothing but a trick to make off with his brother's money when the news spread that a strange craft was approaching the town.
30. I guess someone could have gone to the trouble to create several websites, run ads, and spend a half hour on the phone with me only to make off with my deposit.
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