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HIGHWAYMAN. A robber on the highway.

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They make us think of the Road, of those days when highwaymen rode.
Do you suppose highwaymen don't dress handsomer than that?
QUETTA, January 24, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Awami National Party (ANP) leaders have said due to absence of law enforcement agencies, highwaymen had continued looting people on Harnai-Sanjawi Road on daily basis.
Rakes, highwaymen, and pirates; the making of the modern gentleman in the eighteenth century.
MODERN-day highwaymen stole cash and a mobile phone from a motorist in Warwickshire.
Travis Rooke-Ley threw a four-hitter and allowed just one earned run in nine innings to lead the Eugene Bi-Mart Challengers to a 7-2 win over the Post 9 Highwaymen of Salem in a nonleague American Legion baseball game Wednesday.
Highwaymen enjoyed a remarkable victory over Indus.
As chairman of the Federation of Highwaymen, I am investigating reports we have received that two gangs of highwaymen are operating in the area without the appropriate licence being issued by my Federation.
THESE highwaymen are duelling motorists -- one a hit-and-runpsychopath, the other a vengeful widower -- locked in a tense game of cat and mouse.
It has been all too easy to glamorise the highwaymen whose flamboyant escapades overshadowed their brutal crimes.
It describes a time when highwaymen preyed on lonely travellers on the Town Moor, pickpockets found rich pickings at public executions and the hangman regularly plied his trade.
A couple of dandy highwaymen (Daniel Lapaine, Matthew Rhys) kidnap their sweethearts in an attempt to persuade the girls to marry them in THE ABDUCTION CLUB (Pathe Distribution, pounds 5.

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