In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Did you know that many of the homes that have been burglarized didn't have their security systems turned on?
- You would be surprised at how many homes are burglarized because a future burglar saw your address on your luggage at the airport.
- Can you imagine burglarizing the house across the street and then being suspected of the murder?
- Criminals seldom travel far to find homes to burglarize, and violent crimes tend to be committed against friends and family members.
- Were you present the night the store was burglarized?
- Another's truck was burglarized and the stolen handgun was used to wound a 7-year-old.
- He walked into the bedroom and discovered it was being burglarized.
- A gang of South Americans burglarized tourist hotel rooms in popular tourist locations around Thailand.
- They then proceeded to burglarize the adjacent apartment, carrying their spoils back through the wall.
- If you catch someone burglarizing your home, it's not legal for you to follow her home and shoot her.
- This particular home was already burglarized once; the damage done to the door so extensive it needed new locks.
- Oh, by the way, if you have a safe and find your home burglarized, be on the look-out for a return visit.
- You've heard all the stories about homes being burglarized, cleaned out while the owners were away.
- She also said important documents related to her allegations were stolen after her house was burglarized.
- Authorities are seeking two men who allegedly ran over and killed a railroad police dog after burglarizing railroad freight cars on Chicago's South Side.
- A stylish and street-smart thief tries to burglarise a billionaire.
- Honestly, what kind of dunce criminal would decide to not burglarize some place just because the radio is on and playing some light jazz?
- After all, if committing murder in D.C. or burglarizing apartments in San Francisco meant losing one's freedom, there'd be far fewer killers and burglars.
- Nearly half say they or an immediate family member have had their home broken into or burglarized.
- Our stores get burglarized… it's rarely done by the homeless.
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