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The two men, one 1' and the other 18, wound up booked into Outagamie County Jail on Wednesday for possession of tools that could be used for burglary.
(Washington Post, 2007-12-13)
We need the right proposals, we need the right tools to do our job." Nord is acting chairwoman because the chair's position remains unfilled.
(Washington Post, 2007-11-06)
As he works, Wheelock will watch and warn him if his tools and tethers get too close to the solar panel.
(Washington Post, 2007-11-03)
Authorities believe that a spark from one of the workers’ tools or a small short circuit on site started the fire.
To achieve this, managers need practical advice and the right tools
so that they can communicate with employees in a way that is meaningful, relevant and accessible."
(Arab News, 2008-05-13)
"Although we encounter difficulties here and there, we must aim to deal with them with common sense and patience, tools which have helped us to overcome our problems thus far."
(Arab News, 2007-08-18)
Anan, another barber, said: “Our customers reserve their special tools or purchase shaving tool bags.
(Arab News, 2007-12-26)
Together we now have more international planning and research tools at our disposal,” Pierre Soued, COO Communication, Chalhoub Group, said.
(Arab News, 2005-09-27)
Prosecutors said this may be the first case under the law. The charge of transporting cockfighting tools is punishable by up to three years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
(Washington Post, 2008-02-23)
A set of automotive tools last year cost $15; today the company is selling them for $20. Despite this, Lu said, "we feel we are making less and less money.
(Washington Post, 2008-02-09)
He used knives, axes and machetes lent to him by the Funai team members, who didn't think it was right to deny him tools that they used themselves.
(Washington Post, 2008-01-12)
ISNA news agency reported that spying tools alleged to have been given to the man by Mossad were displayed in court.
(Washington Post, 2008-06-28)
The original gerrymander was a creation of 18th-century Massachusetts, and since then, politicians have been using ever more sophisticated tools to rig the game.
(Washington Post, 2008-06-26)
It was in Western Europe that we registered the most attempts at abusing official subpoena powers to use journalists as tools.
(Washington Post, 2008-06-05)
Without computers or other investigative tools, police have no way of telling which of the foreign "businessmen" in Bissau might be smuggling drugs.
(Washington Post, 2008-05-25)