illegal englannista suomeksi
(quote-book)|chapter=Money|title=Table-Talk|edition=third|location=London|publisher=Jacob Tonson|year_published=1716|page=74|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=rJYDAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA74&lpg=PA74|passage=In all times the Princes in ''England'' have done ſomething illegal to get Money: But then came a Parliament and all was well, the People and the Prince kiſt and were Friends, and ſo things were quiet for a while.
Forbidden by established rules.
Totally fictitious, and often issued on behalf of a non-existent territory or country.
Being or doing something illegally.
Being an immigrant; residing in a country illegally.
An illegal act or technique.
Contraband, esp. illegal substances such as drugs.
(quote-av)|season=1|number=4|year=2004|isbn=|oclc=|time=|passage=…I've got illegals in my bottom…!
(quote-book)|title=''Death|Strangers in Death''|publisher=Penguin|isbn=9781101207406|passage=“Here’s what I could do,” Eve supposed. “I could slap your head against that wall, while I’m kicking your balls into your belly,” she added to the companion. “And after that, I can have you in restraints while I turn out your pockets. You’re carrying illegals.
2012, (w), ‘Colder War’, ''Literary Review'', issue 399:
- Anna Chapman, whose glamorous appearance won her more publicity in the Western media than all the other illegals combined, was so successfully deceived by a US sting operation that she handed over her SVR laptop to an FBI agent posing as a Russian.
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