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Synonyms for expropriate

Synonyms for expropriate

to take quick and forcible possession of

Words related to expropriate

deprive of possessions

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Since different human actions are produced with technologies that are more or less intensive in expropriable and non-expropriable resources, they are not affected by the two constitutional dimensions to an equal degree.
A more secure assignment will increase the value of an expropriable resource that can be sold, which creates incentives for a third person to provide a more secure assignment for a return.
It was also the end of wealth in its expropriable, discriminative sense: the rich and the poor, the strong and the weak, the exploiter and the exploited, the oppressor and the oppressed; the all-time extremes of an unjust society.
And perhaps most intriguing of all, why is it that "politicians' returns from rent extraction are so small, relative to the expropriable wealth threatened" (p.
Wealth will be reallocated (disguised, deflected, consumed) rather than invested in potentially expropriable assets if expropriation is perceived to be a serious hazard.