награбленное добро; добыча ; добыча грабителя; доходы от взяток; деньги или ценности, добытые незаконным путем; пожитки ; поклажа ; котомка
- Most often she stands with the left foot forward (a borrowing no doubt from the kouros, but it is not like his a full stride, rather so short a step as to seem like a dance-motion), left hand pulling the skirt to the side and letting a swag hang free, right forearm raised forward with an offering.
- If you have more time, try swagging or knotting the fabric and then secure it in place using swag hooks.
- Day 5 On the Swag
- The bag opens and the "swag" from the previous night's job spills on to the pavement: gold candlesticks, war trophies and silverware.
- Jeffrey Perry, SWAG Worcestershire
- with his clumsy swag
- Speakers from only two organisations gave evidence to support the airfield's retention for flying: these were the Save West Malling Airfield Action Group (SWAG) and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA).
- MAPLE LEAF SWAG Patrick Eggle JS Legend There is usually a bonding period of at least a couple of weeks between a player and a new instrument, but this time romance was in the air straight away and what the hell
- In order to combat this spectre on the doorstep, in August the Save West Malling Airfield Group (SWAG) called a public meeting to which 13 personal invitation were issued to Kent Council councillors, of which not one attended.
- Garden machinery is the most popular swag - a grass-cutting tractor costs over 1,000.
- Here the leaves were inserted into a swag base first to create the background.
- But the pitch was wet when I picked up a swag against them at Bradford.
- This apparently was a common female ploy, the swag being hidden by the voluminous skirts of the period.