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  • n. Plural form of eviction.

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Examples

  • Last week, GMAC halted certain evictions and sales of foreclosed homes in 23 states to review those cases after finding procedural errors in some foreclosure affidavits.

    Bank Of America Delays Foreclosures In 23 States

  • Then I plan to toss my head so that my hair moves (because now I can), do some mapping of the route to the cat flap and there will be some evictions from the house.

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  • They called the evictions illegal efforts to weaken them.

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  • Pisses me off, as it should the rest of us who did the hours of backrubs, the foot mesages, the planning, and worrying about money, and helping with nearly EVERYTHING, and suffered the verbal abuse, the repeated evictions from the house for being "insensitive assholes", the crying when you come back.

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  • The fact that you’re even attempting to draw a line of comparison between eminent domain evictions and WotC deciding to stop selling PDFs, or releasing a courtesy license late is all anyone needs to see. dysonlogos

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  • Survival International says in 2005, Ambassador Joseph Huggins sent cables to Washington sharply criticizing the Botswanan government, calling the evictions a “special tragedy…that could have been avoided.”

    WikiLeaks: US Ambassador Condemned Evictions of Botswanan Bushmen

  • The evictions were the usual piece of choreographed street theatre, with many international and British human rights extras (equipped with wheel chairs) on hand to complain of brutality to waiting journalists.

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  • But he says the evictions are the most gut-wrenching job these deputies are asked to do.

    CNN Transcript Oct 9, 2008

  • The sorority called the evictions an effort to improve its image for recruitment, but the evicted women described it as a purge of the unattractive or uncool.

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  • On Thursday the African National Congress in Gauteng said the evictions were a major step towards reconciliation, peace and stability in Thokoza.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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