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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of cantonize.

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Examples

  • -- Concrete walls built between Sunni and Shiite areas made "death-squad" raids more difficult but also "cantonized" much of Baghdad and other Iraqi cities, making everyday life for Iraqis even more exhausting as they sought food or traveled to work.

    The Blue Voice

  • -- Concrete walls built between Sunni and Shia areas made "death-squad" raids more difficult but also "cantonized" much of Baghdad and other Iraqi cities, making everyday life for Iraqis even more exhausting as they sought food or traveled to work.

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  • * Concrete walls built between Sunni and Shiite areas have made "death-squad" raids more difficult but alshave "cantonized" much of Baghdad and other Iraqi cities, making everyday life for Iraqis even more exhausting as they seek food or travel to work.

    News Hounds

  • A cantonized (or bantustan-ized) Palestinian “state” with none of the minimal signs of a state (like an army) is the “dream” of the Israeli right.

    Matthew Yglesias » Bibi Time?

  • For over 60 years, Israel has done it ruthlessly, incrementally, systematically, and illegally, intending at most to leave Palestinians cantonized and surrounded in the least valued portions, the rest being exclusively for Jews.

    Printing: Israeli Theft of Palestinian Property

  • They'll set up check points and all sorts of means of harassment in the other areas and the population that's left will be essentially cantonized and unable to live a decent life and if they want to leave, great.

    Ceasefires, Israeli-Style

  • -- Palestinians will settle for a cantonized "prison state," according to Jeff Halper, director of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions; Israel will relax its military harshness and replace it with colonial exploitation masquerading as economic development; the process is well-advanced, Palestinian cities are ghettos, agricultural land is disappearing, Israel plunders the land, intends to exploit an expendable cheap labor pool, and the Territories are being "asphyxiated;" and/or

    Jonathan Cook's "Blood and Religion"

  • It promises a two-state solution, but not the one Israel envisions - disconnected, cantonized and no state at all for Palestinians who reject it out of hand.

    Jeff Halper's "An Israeli in Palestine" - Part II

  • It clamped down on free movement, isolated Palestinians in cantonized enclosures, and made a fundamental human right a privilege to grant or withhold as it pleases.

    Denying Palestinians Free Movement in the West Bank

  • -- Creates a cramped space for a Palestinian cantonized mini-state relieving Israel of an obligation to service it.

    Israel's Kafkaesque "Matrix of Control"

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