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n.1.One who, or that which, deprives.
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It is a powerful insulin receptor stimulant, an energy storage enhancer and, according to many current studies, a longevity depriver.
That hurt, especially given the fact that it was Lions year, but not as much as the Grand Slam depriver 12 months before.
supra note 1, at 96-107 ("both a depriver and a deprivee of human rights" (96), multinational corporations' "deprivations and nonfulfillment" of human rights values (103-04)), 585, 587, 807-10; E.