- v. present participle of dispossess.
“The power of Christ, which appeared in dispossessing the woman, and the great kindness done to her in delivering her out of Satan's hand, made no impression upon them when they apprehended that they should hereby lose money.”
“Those in the IFP who are still opposing the Communal Land Rights Bill on the basis that it is aimed at so called dispossessing amakhosi of their land and also undermine their powers should take their cue from the wisdom of the National Chairman and also number two in the IFP leadership hierarchy Premier Mtshali and put their efforts to ensure that this programme succeeds.”
“Geoffrey; and my heart recoiled from the notion of dispossessing the old man who, however misled with regard to me at last, had up till then shown me uniform kindness.”
“Davis said the new approach was meant to avoid "dispossessing" residents.”
“True, whites achieved their primary objective of dispossessing the Indians.”
“Well, as long as heavily armed Zionist scum keeps dispossessing the indigenous population, the conflict is not going anywhere; look at any colonial situation.”
“Eighty-five minutes later Glen Johnson made a similar challenge but managed to take the ball cleanly off Joleon Lescott, rather as Vincent Kompany had done in earning a red card for dispossessing Nani on Sunday.”
“It ends with Charlie Adam dispossessing Nasri and banging the ball off his rival's legs to win a goal-kick.54 mins: Johnson plays in Aguero, but Skrtel is across very quickly to dispossess.”
“There is a difference between occupation (maintaining sovereignty) and colonization (i.e. dispossessing the inhabitants).”
“Tioté is very much the type of Roy Keane midfield enforcer Ferguson could desperately do with and there was little the outstanding the – along with Ba the key performer in an excellent home display – outstanding Ivorian enjoyed more than dispossessing United's leading scorer.”
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