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Look up bootlegging, bootleg in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Bootleg or Bootlegging generally refers to smuggling, the term comes from when people would hide things in their boots to avoid it being found, but may also refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ...

  • Smuggling
  • Rum-running, the sale or transport of liquor without regard to legal regulations and taxes
  • Bootleg role-playing games, illegally copied rulebooks for tabletop role-playing games
  • Bootleg mining, hidden or illegal coal mining
  • Bootleg (radio), the use of illegal equipment, frequencies, or operating procedures in two-way radio
  • Bootlegging (business), the secret organization of an innovation process
  • Bootleg (TV serial), a 2002 BBC miniseries for children
  • Bootleg (comics), a character from the comic book New Men
  • Bootleg play, a tactic in American football
  • Bootleg turn, a driving maneuver
  • Bootleg (magazine), a student newspaper at the University of Ballarat in Australia
  • Bootleg Skateboards A skateboarding company
  • Bootleg (Emulation)
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Bootleg recording - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (931 words)
Some bootlegs consist of works-in-progress or discarded material without the artist's involvement, and sometimes against his or her will; these might be made from master recordings stolen or copied from a recording studio or a record label's offices, or from demo recordings.
Bootlegging is often incorrectly referred to as piracy but there are important differences between the two terms.
Bootlegging is trafficking in recordings that the record companies have not commercially released and may or may not be legal.
Bootleg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (235 words)
Bootleg was a term which originally referred to the shank or top part of a boot, the part which is around the leg instead of the foot.
Those involved in the activity of bootlegging are often known as bootleggers.
Bootleg pants, trousers which flare-out at the bottom of the legs and thus can cover the wearer's shoes.
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