dispossess


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dispossess

v. to eject someone from real property, either legally or by self help.

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48 mins: Dispossesses Cocu, hits Duff and moves on for a swift return.
Ikhayere said that the complainant boarded the bus, but on the way, the defendant and five others pretending to be passengers stopped the bus and dispossessed him of his phones.
Raheema further said that a criminal case was registered against petitioner following which the AC sealed the house while exercising powers under section 145 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1898, adding that the section does not empower Asad to dispossess a person by sealing the premises.
And the creative force behind DisPossess, writer and director Rebecca Hardy, now joins the likes of Mark Ruffalo, Ridley Scott and Ron Howard as some of the names recognised with an Award of Merit from the Accolade Global Film Competition.
In The Dispossessed, however, altruism is not viewed as an important consequence or corollary of mutual aid, at least as Shevek comes to understand it.
"It could havehappened in the first training session," said Portuguese manager Sousa.'' David Cotterill grabbed the only goal from the penalty spot on 19 minutes after being tripped by Charlie Lee, whom he had earlier dispossessed.
Le Guin's novel about ecological sustainability, "The Dispossessed"--to argue that the education of desire involves a more intimate relationship between desire and domination than literary utopian studies has allowed.
Pollok doubled their lead three minutes after the break when Dingwall (right) dispossessed keeper Murphy and fired into the empty net.
Ducks, geese, herons, grebes, coots and many other birds that depend on wetlands for nesting, shelter and food are being dispossessed. As water and land are being taken over for farming, industrial development or to give expanding cities room, whole populations of waterbirds are disappearing, many going north and south of the border.
Le Guin's anarchist utopian science fiction novel The Dispossessed, first published in 1974, as well as writings by Yevgeny Zamyatin (We in particular) and H.G.
18f.), and, rather than either dispossessing others or being dispossessed by them, as in the old blessings and curses, builders and growers will benefit from their own labors (v.
The move appears to be an attempt to get dispossessed landowners to surrender their title deeds.