1 Well, I must admit we did a bit of private looting in that corn, for we were all pretty hungry and what the General don't know won't hurt him.
2 In a swath eighty miles wide the Yankees were looting and burning.
3 The Carpetbaggers were looting the town, many honest folk were driven from their homes and did not know where to look for their next meal, and a negro sat in the lieutenant governor's chair.
4 To Scarlett, that uniform and those gold buttons would always mean the fears of the siege, the terror of flight, the looting and burning, the desperate poverty and the grinding work at Tara.
5 The Orthodox begin looting, and in a way of which our last campaign can give you no idea.
6 The only instruction Kutuzov gave of his own accord during that report referred to looting by the Russian troops.
7 But the roll of the drums did not make the looting soldiers run in the direction of the drum as formerly, but made them, on the contrary, run farther away.
8 But the most amazing example of the ineffectiveness of the orders given by the authorities at that time was Napoleon's attempt to stop the looting and re-establish discipline.
9 News of the approach of the French came from all sides, and in one village, ten miles from Bogucharovo, a homestead had been looted by French marauders.
10 Just see what the blackguards have looted.
11 He hoped the ladies would never hear of the horrors of the looted cemetery, for they'd never get over that.
12 I thought of the railway cloak room; but that's the surest place to get looted in modern warfare.