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Synonyms for divest

Synonyms for divest

to take or keep something away from

Synonyms for divest

deprive of status or authority

reduce or dispose of

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Conference speakers will include representatives of organizations that have divested, faith organizations, student activists and financial advisors who have helped institutions select investments in line with divest/invest goals.
The enemy property could be divested only to the owner or his lawful heir.
The Norwegian government had previously divested from the Israeli company Elbit Systems, due to its role in building Israel's wall in the Occupied West Bank in violation of international law.
Making arrangements in advance with another CPA to take over the divested clients is clearly the best approach.
Could divested commercial lands herald the return of town forests or will investors angling for quick profits and urban development win the day?
Does this mean that all human beings now accept a concept of apricots that considers them as mere objects made up of atoms and molecules, whose composition can be altered at will and which can be divested of their innate nature?
LP), Portland, Oregon, USA, has divested its 65% ownership in Louisiana-Pacific Coillte Ireland, Ltd.
In reviewing the competitive effects of the proposal in this market, the Board has considered that a significant portion of the HHI increase resulting from the proposed transaction is caused by the fact that the divested branches control a large amount of deposits.
There were a lot of mergers going on in the telecommunications industry, and we knew certain properties would have to be divested," Davenport recalls.
The buying firm does not purchase the entire selling firm, but only a portion consisting of the divested assets or units.
UANI applauds AGF, and will list AGF as having divested.
The Fund will be divested first from coal and tar sands by the end of this year, with more to come thereafter.
75% coupon rate was divested with a maturity for 20 February, 2019.
The proposed acquiror of the divested branches would become the fourth largest depository institution in the market, controlling 11.