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to take or keep something away from

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and everything in the matter that seems to thee worth knowing, asking, and learning; neither adding nor falsifying to give me pleasure, nor yet curtailing lest you should deprive me of it.
Do not deprive me of it, I pray you, but suffer me to keep it.
Bad as this might be, it was anyway better than a rupture, which would put her in a hopeless and shameful position, and deprive him of everything he cared for.
Brownlow, unwilling to deprive the elder son of the opportunity of retrieving his former vices and pursuing an honest career, proposed this mode of distribution, to which his young charge joyfully acceded.
At the recent meeting with Prime Minister of Slovakia Robert Fico, said Arseniy Yatsenyuk, "Slovakia made the same tough statement, as the building of the second branch of the South Stream deprives Slovakia of $800 million.
War deprives children of safety, health and education.
In the case of King-Drew, with its extreme staffing problems and shortage of experienced physicians, the concentration of as many as 12 doctors and nurses on a single trauma patient deprives the majority of patients of adequate medical care.
When the loss of sight deprives young eyes of visual experience, other faculties fill the void: Brain regions traditionally thought to handle only vision commit to duties ranging from touch processing to verbal memory.
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.