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to take or keep something away from

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If Russia with some Western companies manages to build the Nord Stream-2, it means that Russia will achieve its goals and fully deprive Ukraine of transit services of natural gas to the EU member states," said Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
War deprives children of safety, health and education.
Driving companies out of Los Angeles doesn't just deprive average residents of economic opportunity; in the long run, it also deprives the city treasury of the greater tax revenues that would flow from a more vibrant economy.
This deprives local residents, especially those who are unable to travel, of access to a decent range of goods and services.
For example, while the lawsuit contends that a rent regulation law must permit owners to receive a fair and reasonable return on their property in order to pass constitutional muster, the state, it its response, maintains that such a law is not unconstitutional unless it deprives owners of all economically viable use of their property.