The felonious elimination of products from the location in which these were deposited
- The felonious elimination of products through the location where they certainly were deposited.
The removal of things in one destination to another. Hie carrying away of goods; one of the circumstances requisite to constitute the offense of larceny. 4 Bl. Comm. 231. Wilson v. State, 21 Md. 1; State v. Higgins, SS Mo. 354; Rex v. Walsh, 1 Moody, Cr. Cas. 14, 15.
"a carrying away or down" (legal), c.1500, from Latin asportationem (nominative asportatio), noun of activity from previous participle stem of asportare "to hold off," from abs- "away" (see ab-) + portare "to hold" (see port (n.1)).
(n.) The felonious elimination of products through the destination in which they certainly were deposited.