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    Question difference between rob and steal

    what could be the possible difference between rob and steal? In what context, are each of them used?

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    Re: difference between rob and steal

    Legally, "robbery" requires the presence of the victim. An element of the crime involves fear of bodily harm. Stealing/burglary does not. However, in common usage, several terms are often used interchangeably.

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    Re: difference between rob and steal

    Quote Originally Posted by Proffy View Post
    What could be the possible difference between 'rob' and 'steal'? In what context[no comma] are each of them used?
    Please reread emsr2d2's post #4 here, and see the Similar Threads below.

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