deprivement

deprivement

(dɪˈpraɪvmənt)
n
archaic deprivation
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(13) I agree, in particular, that, when deciding whether a confinement or a restriction of movement imposed on an individual by some public authority constitutes a deprivement of liberty for the purposes of article 5.1 of the European Convention (a), the purpose of the confinement or restriction and the intentions of the persons responsible for imposing it rank very high in the circumstances to be taken into account in reaching the decision (b).
This means that nitrogen deprivement was experimented in variable intensities in all treatments.
Federal Minister said that the present government would also compensate the political deprivement of the masses and would also give the practical shape to the political slogan Roti, Kapra Aur Makaan.