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Synonyms for appropriate

suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place

consistent with prevailing or accepted standards or circumstances

to set aside or apart for a specified purpose

to lay claim to for oneself or as one's right

Synonyms for appropriate

give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause

take possession of by force, as after an invasion

suitable for a particular person or place or condition etc

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On the contrary, she starts to reduce investments as a response to the increased appropriative activities of individual 2.
In the first case study, the subject property has an appropriative water right on a stream that is tributary to the Sacramento River in Northern California.
hereditary water-rights holder owns the appropriative rights.
Ibnlfassi's psychological reading of Chraibi's novel Le passe simple is, unfortunately, rather predictable, and Sean Hand's analysis of Albert Memmi's work is interesting as a theoretical text but is perhaps too appropriative.
And even when contemporary social scientists reject notions of nastiness and brutishness in favor of a seemingly more benign self-interest at the core of the human condition, the tacit claim that humans are fundamentally appropriative beings remains.
Vitz contends that the subject's desire in Greimas is consumerist or appropriative (whereas the medieval subject is more concerned with commitment, even service, so that its 'object' is rather another, higher, Subject); that Greimas assumes a linkage between subjectivity and agency (whereas in the medieval texts protagonists are relatively passive, and ultimate agency rests with God); that the Greimasian subject is likely to be conceived in the first instance as an individual (whereas medieval subjects may be collective or plural); and that Greimas's concept of the well-formed story is informed by a notion of change over time to which medieval narratives do not necessarily subscribe.
From Horrocks' position 'on the margins' Stead's activity over the 1970s looks not only middle-of-the road, but also appropriative.
BLPMF is engaged in R&D and manufacturing of drilling machine parts & mud pump parts, oil wellhead equipment & valves, wellhead drilling tools & subsurface tools and appropriative pipes & materials, cementing tools and other equipment for drilling wells.
310) Moreover, under the "use it or lose it" principle of appropriative water law, any sustained failure by Los Angeles to exercise those water rights could result in their legal forfeiture forever.
With some 120 works by thirty-five artists--from Judith Barry to David Wojnarowicz, Tom Burr to Fred Wilson--this exhibition will not only revise our received histories of the past four decades (as discussed in catalogue essays by Ellegood, Burton, George Baker, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Gavin Butt, and Darby English) but will also respond to recent curatorial takes on the critical and appropriative practices of the era.
4--He wrote a letter of the law for his charity school appropriative and accepted in it to educate the children, who came to the boarding school, for 5 years and undertake all their expenses--in any cases--in this period and even he paid a pension to their parents in the extent which the children had been able to do for their parents in their houses in order not to increase the other ones' responsibilities in the house because of the lack of a worker [8].
The essay concludes by considering the implications of the cento under the copyright regime of English Romanticism for appropriative art and scholarship under today's globalized regime.
Further, we must not forget that prior to Buchner, Hegel had already compared the teleological effect of the spirit with the appropriative drive of digestion.
If such be the case, and if a literary text "will not lie still to be investigated" (Diamond 56) from a distance by detached, self-contained, self-projecting readers, could the latter begin to open up to a genuine encounter with the literary Other when deliberately rendering themselves vulnerable to "loss of the world as one previously knew it" (Adamson 91, original italics), loss of self-confident appropriative understanding?
The appropriative mechanism, which comes to be synonymous with representation itself, amounts to a positing of systematic difference from which one abstracts a relational pattern that repeats and therefore permits extrapolation to the next unit or event.