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  • In the settlement, Hancock denied any activities that violated applicable law, saying it settled because of "the probability that long-term litigation would be required to resolve the disputes between the parties" over interpretation of unclaimed-prop erty laws.

    MetLife Probed on Death Benefits

  • Yes, he charmed Parisians and Berliners — but as the standard-bearer of an American empire of lib erty.

    Obama's Presidency Joins the Fray

  • When the vicarage caught fire he distinguished himself also by the fearlessness with which he reentered the building to save prop - erty, after the local fire brigade had given it up as impossible.

    Chennai

  • And on page three we find Councillor Morrison asking what's going to be done about all the empty prop erty in the centre of Castlemere - everything from two - room flats in the Aldermaston Tower to a full-sized warehouse in Viaduct Lane. '

    A Taste for Burning

  • Peo-ple out here have archaic notions about things like prop-erty rights.

    The Metrognome and Other Stories

  • When I am ready, I will return to my prop - erty. '

    Time of the Twins

  • "I don't regard myself to be at lib - erty to do that."

    Split Infinity

  • Socioeconomic relationships, particularly prop - erty relationships, set the stage for man's bondage and

    IDEOLOGY

  • Amos, Isaiah, and Micah severely attacked the exploitation of the weak by the strong, thus taking an innovating stand in attacking the problem of pov - erty at its root: a sense of social justice as well as humanitarian feeling is especially evident in the Psalms and in the Wisdom Literature of the Bible.

    PHILANTHROPY

  • Furthermore, besides confiscating much of the prop - erty of the Church, they became accustomed to con - trolling religious affairs — even (in the case of Lutheran princes and Henry VIII, for example) replacing the pope as the superior over bishops.

    CHRISTIANITY IN HISTORY

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