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  • n  the act of stripping and taking by force

  • To be sure, China is not one big, bucolic Iowa; all sorts of tensions over land use and workers' rights and free speech and endemic corruption and environmental despoliation loom .
  • Yet attempts to halt the despoliation have been, in most cases, limited and local.
  • The Earl of Fitzwilliam's secretary and his estate agent spluttered in angry despair over the "incredible, appalling despoliation.

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