01. He was arrested for trying to [smuggle] drugs across the border.
02. In certain countries, drug [smugglers] are sentenced to death.
03. The plane crashed after a bomb which had been [smuggled] on board by a suicidal man exploded in the washroom.
04. They buy all their children's clothes across the border in Mexico, and then [smuggle] them back into the U.S. so they don't have to pay any duty on them.
05. The American press published a number of letters which had been written by imprisoned Chinese dissidents, and then [smuggled] out of the country .
06. Never accept to carry luggage onto a plane for a stranger because he might be actually getting you to [smuggle] something for him.
07. He always buys stuff worth more than the legal limit when he goes down to the States, and then [smuggles] it over the border.
08. When the government raised the tax on cigarettes, organized crime began [smuggling] American cigarettes into the country.
09. Countless archaeological artifacts have been [smuggled] out of Mexico by tourists.
10. Cheap goods made in Paraguay are often bought in quantity, and then [smuggled] across the border for sale in Brazil.
11. When Germany occupied Denmark during the Second World War, many Danes hid the Jewish families that were living in the country until they could be [smuggled] to safety in Sweden.
12. In 1206, two of Norway's fastest skiers [smuggled] the 2-year-old son of the King out of the country to escape the civil war.
13. In December of 1998, a group working for an American tobacco company pleaded guilty of attempting to [smuggle] cigarettes into Canada.
14. John Steinbeck once remarked, "I have never [smuggled] anything in my life. Why, then, do I feel an uneasy sense of guilt on approaching a customs barrier?"
15. The European silk industry began around 550 B.C. after missionaries [smuggled] silkworms out of China.

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