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Selective breeding may have robbed short-snouted dogs of their keen sense of smell when it relocated their olfactory lobes.
They were robbed at knifepoint and had to live off fruit trees.
Some groups robbed the stores completely, occasionally killing and eating the rodents.
She's moving because some kids broke into her apartment and robbed and terrorized her.
So they robbed them and put them in the refrigerator, too.
As for people being robbed of their senses, it happens all the time, even to sensible people.
Reduced from a leader to a platform, the local ruler of the client state is robbed of the last vestiges of his political life.
All holders and earners of fiat currency are robbed by degrees by the issuance of new currency.
He was robbed, somebody made of with the vegetables.
While on a trip, he is robbed and beaten by a gang of crooks.
It is soon afterward that he is shouting of having been robbed.
When a sailor arrives on an island dictatorship and is a little too flashy with his money, he is soon robbed of it.
If they are not robbed by squirrels or birds, these fruits provide good color, too.
In three years, she never has been robbed but has been threatened and cursed.
It appears these people were robbed, but they could of been robed without being killed.
If you have been robbed, there are a lot of things you need to think about and get in order.
Two males entered the store and robbed the clerk at gunpoint.
Do not throw propolis or burr comb on the ground where it may be robbed.
The attendants were more alert than usual at that hour because the station had recently been robbed.

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