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to take or keep something away from

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The Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards is the procedure prescribed in law when it is necessary to deprive of their liberty a resident or patient who lacks capacity to consent to their care and treatment in order to keep them safe from harm.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk noted that Russia together with some Western companies "wants to disable direct and secure cheap gas flow to the European Union and deprive Ukraine of $2 billion.
These acts of Elektrim and Deutsche Telekom are in breach of the law and constitute an attempt to deprive Vivendi Universal of its interests.
levelled against the accused were baseless and they did not deprive Irfan from his kidney.
These views were expressed by District Bar Association president Malik Ayub Sialvi while addressing a seminar titled "Access of justice to deprive segment" organized by Piles here.
ISLAMABAD -- Chairman Imran Khan Thursday stated clearly that PTI condemns in strongest terms efforts made at some polling stations to deprive women voters of their inherent right to vote.
The appeals court affirmed, finding that the STG policy did not violate the inmates' free exercise or equal protection rights, and that the transfer of the inmates to a STG management unit did not deprive them of a protected liberty interest.
ISLAMABAD -- Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday stated clearly that PTI condemns in strongest terms efforts made at some polling stations to deprive women voters of their inherent right to vote.
LAHORE -- Pickpockets are seemed to be free to deprive people of cash in different areas in provincial metropolis whereas police are helpless to catch them ahead of Eid.
Heart attacks and strokes deprive the brain of oxygenated blood.