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de·priv·al

 (dĭ-prī′vəl)
n.
Deprivation.
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deprival

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The condition of being deprived of what one once had or ought to have:
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As long as the crisis continues, retaining rights is a testimony to Qatar's resilience, deprival would be a victory for its detractors.
The OIC asked the Myanmar government to eliminate root cause including the denial of citizenship based on the 1982 Citizenship Act which led to statelessness and deprival of rights to Rohingyas.
The meeting urged the government of Myanmar to eliminate the root causes, including the denial of citizenship based on the 1982 Citizenship Act which as led to statelessness and deprival of the rights of the Rohingyas, according to the OIC chairman's summary report of the meeting made available to the media.
The Meeting urged the Government of Myanmar to eliminate the root causes, including the denial of citizenship based on the 1982 Citizenship Act which has led to statelessness and deprival of the rights of the Rohingya Muslim Minority, and to continued dispossession and discrimination against them, and urged it to work towards a just and sustainable solution to this issue.
Elevated cytoplasmic Ca2+ can stimulate NADPH oxidase-mediated production of ROS, and increased ROS levels in turn activate Ca2+-permeable ion channels leading to further Ca2+ influx under K+ deprival condition (Wang and Wu, 2010).
To generate motion, plants and some seeds -- such as mimosa leaves, Venus flytraps and pine cones -- simply harness the supply or deprival of water from plant tissues.
sup][50] On the other hand, OSA can also lead to obesity via a variety of mechanism: Disturbed sleep architecture and intermittent hypoxia lead to neurohormonal abnormalities, such as changes in the proportion of leptin-ghrelin, subsequently increasing the oral intake; deprival of deep sleep reduces the production of growth hormone which can decompose the adipose tissue; reduction of daytime activities aggravates obesity and increases the difficulty to lose weight; IR, caused by the lower sensitivity of insulin and affinity of its receptors in OSA, plays a significant role in the mechanism of metabolic syndrome like obesity.
reported about the deprival of Indians from service of available trained Public Health Veterinarians (Das, 2004).
Perfectionism may help these children to regain internal control of an overdemanding environment and to minimize humiliation that has resulted from the deprival of autonomy.
44) In a large majority of the cases reviewed, sexual minorities recounted having endured troubling experiences including: deprival of family support, (45) vandalism, (46) harassment from police, (47) arrest, (48) death threats, (49) unemployment, (50) dismissal from university, (51) and physical assaults.
The Ninth Circuit in Lavan also held that the city action constituted a deprival of property without due process.
Meanwhile control and deprival of autonomy may be done intending benevolence or exploitation [4].