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dispossess

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

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In this film, however, the word "dispossessed" has two meanings.
This book explores political-refugee aid initiatives and related humanitarian efforts led by American people and institutions from World War I through the 1960s, both international relief efforts and domestic resettlement programs aimed at dispossessed people from Europe, Latin America, and East Asia.
Critique: "Ignoble Displacement: Dispossessed Capital in Neo-Dickensian London" is comprised of four major thematic essays and an Epilogue.
Bank of Cyprus' Legal Advisor Dr Polys Polyviou, speaking at an earlier AGM did explain that only a Court Order would be able fully to re-instate the dispossessed shareholders (presumably including Convertible Bond Holders ).
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.
WE ENGLISH sit as dispossessed urchins with noses pressed to the window as the five million Scots, 3.7 million Welsh and 1.7 million Northern Irish have their national leadership debates.
"It could have happened 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.
ARCHBISHOP Rowan Williams, below, means well regarding MPs, and certainly most would agree about extremism taking the place of the dispossessed.
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.