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- n. One in the possession or occupancy of land from which another has been evicted.
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Those who will not pay prevent others who would; and the hated "landgrabber," denounced from altar and platform alike, is simply an honest and industrious worker, who would make his own living and the landlord's rent out of a bit of land which is lying idle and going to waste.
So why are Right opportunists allowed to have their day openly siding with the landgrabber and bureaucrat capitalist Manuel Villar?
“ … then there was a financial crisis,” I said, scrabbling around for something convincing to tell him, “and I had a real problem finding the money for the bills and taxes, and then there was a chance I would lose the house to a landgrabber … ”
Spanish nigger or a kanaka, ez called your father a pirate and landgrabber, ez much as allowed he was shot by some one or killed himself a purpose, ez said you was a heathen and a looney because you didn't go to school or church along with their trash, ez kept away from