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Should a laptop bandit sneak off with the right computer," added Knox, "he could find himself in possession of proprietary secrets, confidential product development information or sensitive financial data, such as the Social Security numbers and names of millions of people.
Another pupil, Martyn (Daniel Brocklebank), suggests Liz, Mike and two other friends bunk off a geography school trip and sneak off to a disused bomb shelter for three days where she'll have a chance to make her move.
They sneak off to visit the travelling circus, where Hetty is mesmerised by Madame Adeline and her performing horses.
The thrashing happened after Robert Adam, headmaster of Kirkcaldy High School, discovered that some boys planned to sneak off to watch Scotland play Italy in a 1966WorldCupqualifying match on television.
For many years Brown Ale was referred to as a bottle of dog as husbands used to use the excuse of taking the dog for a walk when they wanted to sneak off to the pub for a cheeky pint.
ANDY'S grandparents, Shirley and Roy Erskine, had to sneak off at a friend's Golden Wedding to watch him in action.
WHEN the pains became unbearable, Derek Rimmer used to sneak off into the garage and smoke a cannabis cigarette.
One thing leads to another, and the two sneak off to spend the next 24 hours together.
While Vandergelder visits New York to investigate his potential brides, his clerks Cornelius (an endearing and lively John Bisom) and Barnaby (the frisky Jason Hillhouse), use the opportunity to sneak off as well.
It's not to everyone's liking though, a third of respondents sneak off to their room to watch TV alone and get a breather from the family.