To get away with

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In Aradippou, thieves burgled another residence, managing to get away with a computer, three watches and jewellery worth a total of e1/42,600.
"Unscrupulous arms dealers continue to get away with grave human rights abuses and make a mockery of the UN Security Council's efforts."
"It's just incredible how much that company has gotten away with and continues to get away with," says Abrahamson.