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bootlegger

noun black marketeer, contrabandist, gunrunner, illicit dealer, moonshiner, runner, smuggler
Associated concepts: prohibition, sale of intoxicating liquor
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Tickets for The Bootleg Beatles and The Bowie Collective at Caerphilly Castle are now on sale.
Without the release of the bootleg album, Fairfield Ski would have remained unknown and unpublished.
At the end of the project, Bootleg generated the following outputs for Serenitea: A new understanding of its customers' needs and wants on behavioral, psychological, and emotional levels; a better understanding of its direct and indirect competitors; the brand's real strengths, a more focused long-term brand strategy that serves as a blueprint for present and future growth and a detailed marketing plan.
The Bootleg Beatles will be appearing at the Birmingham Symphony Hall on Tuesday December 15.
Since Adam joined, the Bootlegs have welcomed a new Paul McCartney, also known as Steve White.
Only three bootleg projects resulted in new products that could be considered radical innovations--products that were new to the company and incorporated new technology.
The state collects less money in taxes and has to invest more money into measures against bootleg alcohol.
Nearly half of bootleg books, 840,000 copies, were seized so far in 2009 when compared to 2008 and 2007.
Dexys Bootleg Runners are travelling from Scotland for their first ever English gig in preparation for a tour later in the year.
BRITAIN'S customs officers have been told to spend more time catching terrorists than confiscating "a few thousand bootleg cigarettes".
Bootleg Abba were formed in 1996 with the idea of trying to re-create the live sound and studio recordings of Abba (almost an impossibility