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  • n. Plural form of evictor.


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  • "In fact, what we see more of is serial evictors, landlords who continually come up with ruses for one eviction after another," she says.

    How "Serial Evictees" Game A System Meant To Protect Renters From Abuse - The Consumerist

  • Israeli security forces stormed a disputed house in the biblical city of Hebron on Thursday, dragging out some 250 settlers who barricaded themselves inside and hurled rocks, eggs and chemicals at their evictors.

    Today's Photos: Dec. 4

  • Innisturk people the evictors would be accused of hurling an entire population into the sea.

    Disturbed Ireland Being the Letters Written During the Winter of 1880-81.

  • The evictors, without rents and crushed by poor-rates, became hopelessly insolvent.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • It is but the barest truth to say that the evictors and the evicted -- the leading actors in the most awful of Ireland's tragedies -- stood for the first time in Irish history side by side to join hands in a noble effort to obliterate the past and to redeem the future.

    Ireland Since Parnell

  • On these islands alone miracles enough happen every year to equip a divine emissary Rye is turned into oats, storms are raised to keep evictors from the shore, cows that are isolated on lonely rocks bring forth calves, and other things of the same kind are common.

    The Aran Islands

  • It would be the grossest unfairness to suggest that every man convicted of conspiracy by the Special Commission added to criminality and recklessness a monstrous form of hypocrisy, and that, whilst urging Irish peasants to boycott evictors and land-grabbers, he felt no genuine moral abhorrence of evictions and land-grabbing.

    A Leap in the Dark A Criticism of the Principles of Home Rule as Illustrated by the Bill of 1893

  • Early in the afternoon, however, increasing numbers of police arrived, as well as two men recognized as the owners of the chronically vacant building and evictors of Jose Morales.

    Indybay newswire

  • f Sutherland - whose family had been the most consistently ruthless of evictors

    Shores of Sutherland

  • And a Dublin paper asserts that anything will be fiction which demonstrates that "Ireland is not the home of rackrenters, brutal batonmen, and heartless evictors"; while political agitation is still being carried on by any means that come handiest, and the eviction of tenants who owe five or six years 'rent, and will not pay even one to clear off old scores, is treated as an act of brutality for which no quarter should be given.

    About Ireland


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