(1) Sometimes it's impossible to not purloin an excerpt from another person's blog.(2) Why should a fledgling charismatic church leader be able to purloin another church's title?(3) I must say that I never, myself, discerned in him any literary talent or literary learning, but I noted how quick on the uptake he was to purloin the ideas of other people, and then parrot them at short notice.(4) he must have managed to purloin a copy of the key(5) Elsewhere we have to purloin a ladder to get a box down, so we can open it.(6) The whole issue here is whether their colleagues on the Senate staff side were purloining Democratic staff memos to aid that planning.(7) The powerful amulet of Samarkand, which is usually in the safekeeping of the government, is purloined by the wicked Lovelace, who, naturally, wants to use it for his own nefarious purposes.(8) Holroyd secretly purloins a ├ö├ç├┐fistful├ö├ç├û of Collis's papers and drives off with them.(9) Hollywood executives must assume that no one in that great country of theirs can read subtitles, so there's nothing wrong with purloining the imagination of others to present North American versions of Japanese ghost stories.(10) Keep in mind that trademarks don't trigger a siren every time someone purloins your idea.(11) In return they are not held liable for the acts of their customers (e.g. transporting dangerous substances, purloined intellectual property, etc).(12) Bits of our constitution were actually purloined from the United States Constitution.(13) Robert Aickman, who wrote some of the finest supernatural fiction of the 20th century, purloined the word to describe the effect he strove for in his work.(14) I have to out myself as a purloiner of office supplies, a loafer, a personal phone call maker.(15) The character Alex McLeish has given to his side is best understood when you recall how first Rangers, and then Celtic, purloined two of his most promising players.(16) I'm not saying people should go around purloining things, but the bottom line is, it isn't murder.