disappropriate

disappropriate

(ˌdɪsəˈprəʊprɪˌeɪt)
vb (tr)
(Law) formal to end the appropriation of (property, money, etc)
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1) Paul Ricoeur explains that "the matter of the text becomes my own only if I disappropriate myself, in order to let the matter of the text be.
Kly calls the "antisocial contract" in which the idea of "equality among equals" came to entail an equal opportunity to disappropriate and dispossess.
Worried that the lack of clarity about how the expropriation of farm land was going to be carried out, the land owners counteracted by forming, in 1988, the 'Rural Democratic Union' (UDR) to ensure that the government would not disappropriate productive land for its agrarian reform plan.
Minimum standards for Medicaid disappropriate share hospitals set by Congress include high rates of Medicaid use (greater than one standard deviation above the mean), low-income use of at least 25 percent, and availability of physicians to provide obstetric care if the hospital provides nonemergency obstetric care U.
Jamison notes, writers and artists show a vastly disappropriate amount of mood disorders.