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‘The still extensive forests, swamps, và reed-edged lakes provided cover for gangs of bandits, robbers, and deserters.’‘He deserts from the army, and joins her gang of smugglers / bandits as an outlaw.’‘When they finally got used khổng lồ things enough to lớn settle inlớn small villages, they decided they needed protectors to save sầu them from the outlaws & bandits that roamed the lawless land.’‘Most importantly of all for the car-jackers, gunmen, bandits và muggers, it removes your sense of fear.’‘For example, victims were more likely khổng lồ be trắng or Latino & were more often accused of being horse thieves, bandits, or outlaws.’‘It seems that the road to Yusuichin was a lawless area infested with bandits & very dangerous.’‘First it could be bandits or highway robbers or second it could be another of your rabbit friends.’‘Despite what romantic notions your kind has invented we are criminals, bandits and outlaws.’‘Initial reports had said the kidnappers belonged lớn a gang of bandits seeking the release of their leaders and two other colleagues arrested recently.’‘I followed Ir-Xieng"s evil-looking gaze towards the group of bandits và robbers, all whom were looking quite nervous.’‘Tales and legends dealternative text with the doings of kings, contests between knights và dragons, & the exploits of ancient robbers và bandits as well as with the lives of saints.’‘The British Foreign Office was advising travellers to avoid the country while it dogged with marauding gangs of bandits.’‘In one version the bandits and their trùm join the imperial forces và from then on fight robbers và bandits in the name of law and order.’‘Jolo, about 600 miles south of Manila, is a refuge for armed gangs, bandits và pirates.’‘He was kidnapped in October by a gang of bandits called the Pentagon Gang.’‘However, the bandits transmitted that there were no other bandits in the target area, & we were not painting any contacts over the target with our own radars.’‘Scholars commonly describe these Mexican outlaws as ‘social bandits.’’‘On Saturday, thousands of enraged citizens attacked a gang of alleged bandits, accusing them of robbing a man who was in town from the US visiting relatives.’