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tr.v. dis·pos·sessed, dis·pos·sess·ing, dis·pos·sess·es
To deprive (another) of the possession or occupancy of something, such as real property.

dis′pos·ses′sion (-zĕsh′ən) n.
dis′pos·ses′sor n.
dis′pos·ses′so·ry (-zĕs′ə-rē) adj.
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Relativity of title still matters in that possession is protected by the fact that a person who has possession has an action against a dispossessor (ibid.
But whereas the refugees on the inside are in daily bloody confrontations with their dispossessor, those on the outside have their own crosses to bear based on where they happen to have been planted.
Our dispossessors first buried all the positive history of the black people because they It new full well that those who don't know where they are coming from will not know where they are going to.