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Use "bilking" in a sentence
"Two years later, Max Black (1956) presented an argument against backward causation, which became known as the bilking argument, and later attempts to meet the argument seemed to generate all kinds of paradoxes."
"Police have released CCTV images of the man who is suspected of a string of fuel thefts - known as 'bilking' - across Greater Manchester."
"When asked yesterday by Tim Russert about this e-mail, Cornyn accused Reed -- who, in addition to being a top Bush campaign official also happens to be seeking the GOP nomination as Lt. Governor of Georgia -- of lying and "bilking" his clients:"