Black market sentence example
Someone on the dig team wants to steal valuable artifacts and smuggle them to the United States to sell on the black market.
They want Ramon to keep an eye on the black market in stolen artifacts.
Through deliberate acts or neglect or both, Imperial Tobacco is facilitating tobacco smuggling and managing the black market in its products.
There is also little doubt about Imperial's share of the black market.
Even unskilled thieves can buy personal information online through the black market for a fairly inexpensive price.Advertisement
As an increasing number of people are installing solar panels, a black market has cropped up and thieves have become expert in quickly and quietly dislodging the panels and selling them for a tidy sum.
White House Black Market is one of the first places to visit for peasant blouses in - what else? - black and white.
A man wakes up in a tub of ice with a cell phone and note to call 911 since one of his kidneys has been stolen for the black market.
Just remember to have a very discerning eye to determine legal knockoffs from counterfeit black market designs.
This manufacturing moratorium on women's nylons caused what is referred to as the "Stocking Panic" and created a black market for criminals to sell a pair of nylons for a whopping 2000% markup.Advertisement
After the war ended and Du Pont was able to once again manufacture women's nylons, the black market ceased to exist.
In fact, most of the remixes on the album "Super Black Market Clash" were done by Simonon under various pseudonyms.
Other people claim the P2P networks are nothing more than a black market that cheat artists out of the money they should be receiving for work that is protected by copyright.
That equates to about 1,000 40ft containers or about four containers for every working day entering the black market.