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  • bank robber — noun a robber of banks • Hypernyms: ↑robber …   Useful english dictionary

  • bank robber — noun one who robs or steals from a bank …   Wiktionary

  • Mad Hatter (Bank Robber) — The Mad Hatter is the name of bank robber, James G. Madison, who made headlines across North America during an eighteen bank robbing spree. [ content/35958545,0] He was apprehended on July 17, 2007 in Newark, New… …   Wikipedia

  • Bank robbery — is the crime of robbing a bank. It is also called a bank heist, especially in the United StatesFact|date=September 2008. Theft which lacks intimidation or threat of violent confrontation is not truly a robbery but in fact burglary. Only a very… …   Wikipedia

  • bank — / baŋk/ n: an organization for the custody, loan, or exchange of money, for the extension of credit, and for facilitating the transmission of funds branch bank: a banking facility that is a separate but dependent part of a chartered bank; esp: a… …   Law dictionary

  • Roy Gardner (bank robber) — Roy G. Gardner (January 5 1884 January 10 1940) was once America s most infamous escape artist and the most celebrated outlaw and escaped convict of the day. During his career, he stole over a quarter of a million dollars in cash and securities.… …   Wikipedia

  • Bank of Australia robbery — The Bank of Australia robbery was the first bank robbery in Australia and apparently the largest. On 14 September, 1828 a gang of five robbers William Blackstone (bank robber), George Farrell (bank robber), James Dingle, John Wilford alias… …   Wikipedia

  • robber — Synonyms and related words: bandit, bank robber, body snatcher, booster, brigand, buccaneer, burglar, bushranger, cat burglar, cat man, chicken thief, con man, corsair, cracksman, crook, den of thieves, embezzler, filcher, footpad, freebooter,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • robber */ — UK [ˈrɒbə(r)] / US [ˈrɑbər] noun [countable] Word forms robber : singular robber plural robbers someone who takes money or property illegally, often by using threats or violence a bank robber …   English dictionary

  • robber — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. thief, burglar, housebreaker, pickpocket, mugger, shoplifter, cheat, crook*, bandit, holdup man, cat burglar, second story worker, sneak thief, bank robber, swindler, embezzler, peculator, pilferer, kleptomaniac, looter,… …   English dictionary for students

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