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eks proh pree ayt

  • v  deprive of possessions
    The Communist government expropriated the landowners

  • To the dismay and fury of the farmers, the government began to expropriate their land without offering any compensation.
  • Before Sukarno was ousted in 1965 by Suharto, who became acting President in 1967, the government had begun to expropriate Western assets as well.
  • It was clearly folly for Biden to expropriate Kinnock's family tree as he conjured up coal-mining ancestors "who read poetry and wrote poetry and taught me how to sing verse.
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  • This Is The Way The HFT Dominance Ends: Not With A Bang But A Merger
    When everyone was throwing computing power at the 'momentum igniting', "can't lose", HFT-driven algo-trading world, it is perhaps little wonder that the opportunity to expropriate profits from an ever-decreasing pool of real money traders dwindles like a convertible arbitrage hedge fund in the 90s. Perhaps it was the writing on the wall we noted in February when GETCO's money-printing machine ...
    June 19, 2013 - Zero Hedge

  • Charles Schumer in Forbes
    We may have some disagreement on what that structure should be. But he will not try to unilaterally expropriate all of the lawmaking to the executive branch. The point is that it's done with open debate, and Congress has to pass it,Schumer...
  • Benjamin Netanyahu in Telegraph.co.uk
    We have no intention to build new settlements and to expropriate land for new settlements,Mr Netanyahu said at Bar-Ilan University near Tel Aviv. "But there is a need to allow settlers to lead normal lives, to allow mothers and fathers to...
  • Theodor Herzl in Swans
    In 1895, Theodore Herzl, the founder of political Zionism, wrote in his diary: "We must expropriate gently the private property on the state assigned to us. We shall try to spirit the penniless population across the border by procuring employment...

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