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burglars, plural;
  1. A person who commits burglary

  1. a thief who enters a building with intent to steal
  2. The Burglar is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe, left unnamed in most of his appearances. He is best known as the first criminal faced by Spider-Man, and as the killer of the hero's uncle, Ben Parker. The Burglar first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962).
  3. Burglar is a 1987 American comedy film directed by Hugh Wilson and distributed by Warner Bros. The film stars Whoopi Goldberg and Bobcat Goldthwait. Goldberg plays Bernice "Bernie" Rhodenbarr, a former burglar who resumes when a corrupt police officer (G. W. Bailey) blackmails her. ...
  4. The Burglar is a 1957 crime/thriller film released by Columbia Pictures, based on the 1953 novel of the same name by David Goodis (who also wrote the script).
  5. The Burglar (De inbreker) is a 1972 Dutch film directed by Frans Weisz.
  6. (Burglary (Bottom episode)) "Burglary" is the third episode of the second series of British television sitcom, Bottom. It was first broadcast on the 15 October 1992.
  7. (Burglary (history)) Burglary (also called breaking and entering and sometimes housebreaking) is a crime, the essence of which is entry into a building for the purposes of committing an offence. ...
  8. A thief who steals from premises
  9. (burglary) The crime of unlawfully breaking into a vehicle, house, store, or other enclosure with the intent to steal; Under the common law, breaking and entering of the dwelling of another at night with the intent to commit a felony; Under the Model Penal Code, entering a building or occupied ...
  10. (Burglars) To dream that they are searching your person, you will have dangerous enemies to contend with, who will destroy you if extreme carefulness is not practised in your dealings with strangers. ...
  11. (burglary) When someone unlawfully breaks into or enters a building or home, and they intend to or do commit a theft or other serious crime.
  12. (BURGLARY) Coverage against loss as a result of forced entry into premises.
  13. (Burglary) Theft of property by forcible entry, which is evidenced by visible signs, in a premises, by a person
  14. (BURGLARY) The breaking and entering the house of another, with intent to commit felony therein, whether the felony be actually committed or not.
  15. (Burglary) visible signs of forcible and illegal entry to commit theft.
  16. (Burglary) The unlawful entry of a structure to commit a felony or a theft. For reporting purposes this definition includes: unlawful entry with intent to commit a larceny or felony; breaking and entering with intent to commit a larceny; housebreaking; safecracking; and all attempts to commit ...
  17. (Burglary) A forced entry of a secure location resulting in the damage or theft of property.
  18. (Burglary) A person is guilty of burglary if the person enters or surreptitiously remains in a structure knowing that the person is not licensed or privileged to do so, with the intent to commit a crime therein.  Title 17-A, 401,1.  Burglary is usually a Class A, B, or C crime. ...
  19. (Burglary) In essence, the crime of burglary is composed of two elements.  The first element is establishing the fact that a defendant is guilty of breaking and entering, with or without force, onto a property. ...
  20. (Burglary) Loss by theft resulting from forcible, violent or visible entry to or exit from the premises. This policy definition differs from the legal definition.
  21. (Burglary) The act of entering a premises, without the privilege to enter, with the purpose of committing a crime. States may classify as first, second, or third degree burglary.
  22. (Burglary) The loss of property due to theft when there is visible evidence of forcible entry to the exterior of the building.
  23. (Burglary) The number of burglary offences recorded by police. Unlike robbery, burglary does not necessarily involve violence or threats of violence. It does involve entering an enclosed space with the intention of committing an offence. ...
  24. (Burglary) The stealing of property by using forced entry or exit when a business is closed.
  25. (Burglary) Unauthorized entry into a school district building (unoccupied) with the intent of committing a felony when the building is closed to the students and the public [See Theft].