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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of misappropriate.
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- adj. taken for one's own use in violation of a trust.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. taken for your own use in violation of a trust
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The U.S. says from his new home in Nigeria, Taylor is trying to use what it calls misappropriated funds to interfere with the restoration of peace in the sub-region.
I found a Iota of info surfing along the lines of it being a - Sea Turtle Guitar that he allegedly misappropriated from the set.
Regarding the recent spoiler information: It has come to my attention that the information and photographs were, in fact, misappropriated from the original source who had no intention to publish or distribute the information.
In a world where the word all too often is misappropriated, that is greatness.
Women work on and author solutions to variety of workplace policies and practices such as misappropriated tips, unpaid overtime wages, sexual harassment and racial discrimination.
A New York investment fund and Lehman client, Amber Capital Investment Management, made a filing Friday afternoon raising concerns that some $8 billion was "misappropriated" from Lehman Brothers International (Europe) to Lehman in the U.S. just before the filing.
Investigators now say this cash has been "misappropriated".
He has told the bureau that an additional 119 coins owned by the state were "misappropriated" by a former employee.
It is a Hindu religious symbol which has been in existance before the Nazis "misappropriated" it.
Two months later, the US embassy in Nairobi reported that £800,000 from two educational support programmes funded by DfID and the World Bank had been "misappropriated" by officials working for Kenya's education ministry, leading to the suspension of 25 staff.