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

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having lost inhabitants as by war or disease


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  • Some customers who have been "depopulated" by Citizens in the last month or two report they're having trouble finding their 'new' wind storm company in order to file a Hurricane Dennis claim.

    Depopulated to a Dog?

  • Maybe you've been "depopulated" to a company that still has some assets left.

    Depopulated to a Dog?

  • Citizens Property Insurance now has posted on its web site the names and web sites for all the 'new' insurance companies that took over "depopulated" policies.

    Depopulated to a Dog?

  • Pensacola Beach resident Monica Kellner is among the "depopulated" customers.

    The Dogs of Wind

  • Citizens Property Insurance, the state-owned insurance company, "depopulated" a large part its Pensacola Beach wind insurance portfolio over the past few months.

    Depopulated to a Dog?

  • What we're going to see by midcentury is a vastly depopulated Corn Belt and Great Plains, Peters says.

    Iowa population shifts from rural to urban

  • Writing about the earthquake a few months later, Clark observed that New Madrid had been "nearly depopulated" in the aftermath.

    Landon Jones: The New Madrid Earthquake: 200 Years Later

  • Yet faced with a growing country needing to have access to critical raw materials that lie in a largely depopulated region, Russia is already acting.

    Russia Fears China, Not Japan

  • Zochrot documents and marks former Palestinian villages depopulated and razed by Israel when it was established in 1948.

    Josh Ruebner: The Organization That Cries Wolf

  • This vast region had been all but depopulated during the 1600s, owing to epidemics and a series of wars launched by the Iroquois League against any nations that did not bow to its will.

    George Washington’s First War


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