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DEPRIVATION, ecclesiastical Punishment. A censure by which a clergyman is deprived of his parsonage, vicarage, or other ecclesiastical promotion or dignity. Vide Ayliffe's Parerg. 206; 1 Bl. Com. 393.

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These child deprivations according to Aliyu and Garba [2] and UNICEF [13] may be in either education, health, nutrition, water, sanitation, shelter, information, income, or any other fundamental rights.
Contingent Citizenship: The Law and Practice of Citizenship Deprivation in International, European and National Perspectives
In this article, the assessment framework is described and three different studies are appraised that have investigated the link between deprivation, as one of these external constraints, and CPA performance.
The authors of a sobering United Nations report on the state of the world's women, from which these statistics are gleaned, make a convincing case that if the West is serious about its Millennium Development Goals--a plan to halve global poverty and deprivation by 2015--it must more forcefully commit to improving the economic and cultural status of women.
The indices are based on the premise that multiple deprivations are made up of separate dimensions or 'sectors' of deprivation.
However, the court found that the alleged deprivations and violations, when taken together, constituted a violation of his Eighth Amendment rights, precluding summary judgment for the j ail officials.
It centres on the relationship of specific deprivations to other aspects of deprivation and, by implication, to resources.
When deprivations occur, accountants are immediately called upon by their employers or clients for assistance, advice and counsel.
Businesses of all sizes often are faced with deprivations of their assets through eminent domain condemnations, property damage or infringements and other reasons.
The Ending Asian Deprivations study, compiled with contributions from 23 Asian development experts, says the number of people being left behind despite the region s boom shows that past development efforts have not been sufficient to end poverty and deprivation.
The deprivation rate has been significantly reduced, which means that when the effects of the measures taken by the Government in 2017 are applied to these figures, it will undoubtedly translate into an even greater improvement in social indicators", said the Minister of Work, Solidarity and Social Security, Vieira da Silva.
The court found that the fact that the inmate was required to sleep on a floor mattress for an extended period of time and was not provided with a bunk while detained in the jail was not a constitutional deprivation under the Eighth Amendment.