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to take or keep something away from

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You will be the means of depriving us of the services of Mr.
The extraordinary scene that had just passed, far from depriving me of the last remains of my courage, had strung up my nerves and restored my self-possession.
There is not a creature in all this part of the world who could in the least understand with what heart-beatings I am looking forward to the flowering of these roses, and not a German gardening book that does not relegate all tea-roses to hot-houses, imprisoning them for life, and depriving them for ever of the breath of God.
He had lost the best part of his income by the evidence of his wife, and yet was daily upbraided by her for having, among other things, been the occasion of depriving her of that benefit; but such was his fortune, and he was obliged to submit to it.
I hope for a very clear position of our Western partners, primarily the European Commission and member states of the European Union, to prevent the Russian Federation from implementing a plan aimed at depriving Ukraine of transit potential as well as billions of dollars," said the Prime Minister.
We have always supported empowerment of women and enforcement of the law and depriving women of their right to vote is not only unacceptable but also illegal.
According to ministry sources, most inheritance disputes in the courts were related to men depriving their female relatives of their legal share.
Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when airway collapse or blockage periodically interrupts breathing during sleep, temporarily depriving the brain of oxygen.
And the contradiction became elephant-like: Why are lawmakers and religious leaders so intent on depriving parentless children the benefits of a loving home and in the same breath ensuring countless more of these parentless children?
Apoptosis was induced by depriving PC12 cells of serum for a given amount of time.
Won't I be depriving my children if I live the frugal
Second was Bush's decision to use the finest of American technology, including the B-2 bomber, to maximize terrorist deaths and minimize civilian casualties, depriving the terrorists of what had been an effective propaganda tool in the past.
For they were hell-bent on depriving their victims of their lives.
Further, restricting access to the implants to specific research studies would likely label gel filled devices as 'experimental' in the eyes of insurers, depriving many women of coverage for what most believe to be the preferred form of breast reconstruction.
Lawsuit Claims Goodman Conspired to Provide False Audit Opinion Depriving Shareholders of Tens of Millions of Dollars