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someone who takes for his or her own use (especially without permission)

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On Thursday, in a letter to Administrator Charles Bolden, Fattah who is the lead Democratic Appropriator for NASA, has also called on the space agency to provide the expertise of its scientists and engineers to help Boeing get to the bottom of the Dreamliner's battery problem.
1,350,000 for planetarium costs: $900,000 by House appropriator Jesse Jackson, Jr.
28, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA), the senior Democratic Appropriator for federal science agencies and a Congressional champion for neuroscience, announces that two universities in Philadelphia will receive $939,854 in grants for neuroscience research projects from the U.
an appropriator, self-interestedly said about the amendment: "It's just such a crock.
15, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA), a senior Democratic Appropriator for federal science agencies, today announced the award of $1,116,918 for The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to continue its leading role in educating the next generation of pediatricians.
senator, six years as chief of staff to a state senator and three terms in the Alaska House of Representatives where he served as an appropriator and a member of several standing committees.
For appointing the based after Inouye, a top appropriator during his years in the Senate, American Israel Public Affairs Committee praised Israel.
Fattah is the lead Democratic Appropriator for NASA.
Transportation Security Administration plans to buy an additional 503 full body scanners--known as advanced imaging technology scanners--and didn't receive any Senate appropriator objections since they voted to fully fund the $192.
Judging from his letters to illuminati ranging from Shaw to Du Maurier to Woolf, he was also catty (on Clifton Webb: "It must be rough to be orphaned at 71"), conflicted (he almost accepted Garbo's marriage proposal), opportunistic (why not, when his correspondents included Churchill and Mountbatten) and a master appropriator, even going so far as to underline words in the manner of Queen Victoria.
In his Second Treatise of Civil Government, Locke said an appropriator would have to ensure there was "enough, and as good left" to meet the objection that appropriation might be "any prejudice to any other Man.
I thought it would be interesting to appropriate a work by another appropriator, so in a way I just kept the proverbial snowball rolling.
In short, the immediate impact of the decision to appropriate the illicit act of another is a deeply interior one; it alters the character of the appropriator.
Intent: An appropriator must intend to use the water.