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trespasser

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a person given to intruding in other people's affairs

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our intention here is to show how the traditional African values have helped in shaping the values and acceptance of the interloping religions in the continent.
The "announcement of Nasdaq/ICE withdrawing its offer-- and the interloping deal on TMX makes LSE a credible target", UBS bank analyst Arnaud Giblat said on Tuesday.
According to the Superior Court of New Jersey, any increase in property value that occurs during the time an interloping purchaser owned the property must go to the party whose purchase was wrongly interfered with.
Twelve feet below the surface, the big female returned to her rest, chasing off an interloping rainbow that had been hoping for a different outcome.
Plastic surgery is seen as an indulgent evil, Liverpool supporters I know complain of interloping fans from Cheshire and the Wirral, calling them plastic scousers, while for 1980s hit phenomenon Yazz and the Plastic Population, the only way has been down since their chart-topping days.
In Book 1, Theseus decides to attack a nation of women who, having killed their menfolk, govern themselves and make a practice of expelling any interloping men from their territory and exacting tribute from Greek ships.
5 or 7 barrel swivel; the less stuff you have dragging behind a hooked fish the less chance of a cutoff from an interloping mackerel.
1) In London, rumours abounded of planned interloping expeditions destined for Hudson Bay and designed to challenge the HBC's royally-chartered trade monopoly there.
In Saada the local Zaydis were usually deemed to be more of a threat to the government than the interloping Salafis.
In Sa'ada the local Zaydis were usually deemed to be more of a threat to the government than the interloping Salafis.
The poem "His Mistress" in the book is probably the one that alludes to that gradual disappearance; the tumor allegorized as an interloping, seductive force that lures the father further and further away from his family.
He nurtures the reds, while tracking down interloping greys and having them culled.
In seeking to unsettle the relations of power that inevitably frame any interface between master and interloping apprentice, Pope.
He was seen as a cruel interloping American who had overstepped the mark of what could and could not be represented in his adopted country,' Dr Cook said.