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Synonyms for deprivation

Synonyms for deprivation

the condition of being deprived of what one once had or ought to have

Synonyms for deprivation

a state of extreme poverty

the disadvantage that results from losing something


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act of depriving someone of food or money or rights

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Under the category of breach of contract deprivations, the deprived party entered into a contract -- and paid valuable consideration -- in anticipation of the enjoyment of certain legal rights and certain economic benefits.
Under the category of infringement deprivations, we would include patent, trademark, copyright and other intellectual property infringement.
Under the category of squeeze-out transaction deprivations, the deprived party previously owned a common or preferred equity interest, partnership interest or other ownership interest in some business enterprise.
Under the category of eminent domain deprivations, we would include all instances of municipal condemnation, nationalization of property and industry, and expropriation of any type of property.
This paper presents indices of multiple deprivations based on the 1998 Population and Housing Census data.
Maximum possible deprivation indicators have been derived from the Population and Housing Census report of districts.
Table A1 Overall Deprivation Rank Orders--Punjab Provincial Rank Order National Rank Order 1 =Least Deprived 1=Least Deprived Districts 34=Most Deprived 100=Most Deprived Attock 9 13 Bahawalnagar 24 43 Bahawalpur 26 49 Bhakkar 29 61 Chakwal 14 19 D.
the Average Ward Deprivation Score (AWDS) on the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2000 for each upper-tier local authority.
In April 2003, it produced a 27-page study exploring the interaction of CPA scores and deprivation (Audit Commission, 2003b).
the Average of Wards Scores at district level, which is one of six outcome measures available from the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2000.
The authors of a sobering United Nations report on the state of the world's women, from which these statistics are gleaned, make a convincing case that if the West is serious about its Millennium Development Goals--a plan to halve global poverty and deprivation by 2015--it must more forcefully commit to improving the economic and cultural status of women.
Though this part of the argument does not receive the attention it warrants in the conclusion, it is not implausible that the loaded emotional values associated with food in the second half of the twentieth century in Spain are linked to the intense caloric deprivations that many suffered in the late 1930s and early 1940s.
The appraisals and analyses vary in every case, but all deprivations may be grouped into one of five categories:
A judge in these cases may force the defendant to comply with the contract rather than simply compensate the plaintiff, which would be the case in other deprivations.
This article describes what CPAs should know about deprivation appraisals to best serve employers and clients.