Museums: Warehouses of stolen loot

Museums are one of the most popular places people visit to learn about history. Unfortunately, they also serve as warehouses for a large amount of stolen loot. As museums continue to collect more and more items, they risk becoming a target for thieves with big pockets looking to make a quick buck.

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  • Talk about robbery and theft.
  • Use words related to museums and theft.
  • Discuss whether museums should return their items.

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Word Formnoun
DefinitionSomeone who is repeatedly arrested for criminal behavior, especially for the same criminal behavior.
Synonymshabitual criminal, repeater
UsageAfter his third arrest for petty theft, it became clear to the local police that they had a recidivist on their hands.

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