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English translation: cancel appropriation of something

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00:19 Aug 26, 2001
English to English translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: disappropiate
does it interpret as deprivation of right?
LIU Chi Chiu
English translation:cancel appropriation of something
Explanation:
or deprivation of right to use something appropriated / assigned to someone(be it money /funds or property)

Dispropriate
(Dis*pro"pri*ate) v. t. [L. dis- + propriare to appropriate, fr. proprius one's own, proper.] To cancel the appropriation of; to disappropriate. [R.]

www.bootlegbooks.com/Reference/Webster/data/460.html


Webster´s Encyclopedic 1996:

appropriate
...
3.to set apart, authorize or legislate for some speciic purpose or use:´*The legislature appropriated funds for the University* (Synonyms: apportion, allocate , assign). 4. To take to or for oneself; take possesion of. 5. to take without consent, sieze; expropriate: *He appropriated the trust funds for himself* ....

appropriation
...
1. the act of appropriating 2. anything appropriated for a special purpose, esp. money 3. an act of legislature authorizing money to be paid from a treasury for a special use. 4. the money thus authorized....

See also:

Project Webster 1913

Disappropriate
Dis`ap*pro"pri*ate (?), a. (Law) Severed from the appropriation or possession of a spiritual corporation.
The appropriation may be severed, and the church become disappropriate, two ways. Blackstone.

Disappropriate
Dis`ap*pro"pri*ate (?), v. t.
1. To release from individual ownership or possession. Milton.

2. (Law) To sever from appropriation or possession a spiritual corporation.

Appropriations of the several parsonages . . . would heave been, by the rules of the common law, disappropriated. Blackstone.

Disappropriation
Dis`ap*pro`pri*a"tion (?), n. The act of disappropriating.

machaut.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/WEBSTER.page.sh?PAGE=418

Examples:

World Bank Subverts Land Reform in Brazil
... benefit of society. It also provides the federal government with the power to disappropriate,
for the purpose of agrarian reform, rural property which is not ...
www.50years.org/ejn/v2n3/brazil.html - 19k - Cached - Similar pages

law67
... amendment) as "lack of care". The amendment indicates that the minimum fine of $300.00
is not logical and is punishment disappropriate to the act committed. ...
www.northshore1.com/sato/law67.htm - 11k - Cached - Similar pages

AIN Online: Washington Report
... Senators Back Loran-C Young revealed that there already had been attempts to disappropriate
$176 million of the money that was to be budgeted in the Aviation ...
www.ainonline.com/Departments/AIN_washington.html - 50k - Cached - Similar pages

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
... administration, under the leadership of President Elnora D. Daniel, to help address
the disappropriate representation of minorities who hold doctorate degrees. ...
www.csu.edu/publicaffairs/NewsCampusHighlights/1999/August/ USGrantforDoctorateDegrees.htm

During 1993 and 1994 for example, the government had planned to disappropriate 3.3 million hectares to be used for the purpose of agrarian reform. Only 1.2 million hectares were disappropriated. For this present year, the government plan is to settle 40 thousand landless families. Soon after taking office, Agriculture Minister Jose Eduardo Andrade Vieira created a huge polemic saying that this was not possible. A few days later he went back on his statement.
www.oneworld.org/sejup/166.htm

If Congress were to disapprove of a particular military excursion, Hyde assured his colleagues, "We have the untrammeled authority to unappropriate, disappropriate funds. That is the key; and that makes us the king of the hill." Six months later, when given an opportunity to disappropriate funding for Bill Clinton's unconstitutional Bosnia occupation, the GOP-led Congress took a dive.
www.trimonline.org/congress/articles/war_powers.htm



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4..Tatiana Neroni
nacancel appropriation of something
Davorka Grgic
naDoesn't existRuth John


  

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16 mins
Doesn't exist


Explanation:
I don't think that the word "disappropriate" exists. I looked in the dictionary to be sure and it's not there. However, unappropriate surely does and it means unproper. Hope this helps.

Ruth John
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This word was found in Hong Kong Law Report HKLR327
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Comment: This word was found in Hong Kong Law Report HKLR327

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cancel appropriation of something


Explanation:
or deprivation of right to use something appropriated / assigned to someone(be it money /funds or property)

Dispropriate
(Dis*pro"pri*ate) v. t. [L. dis- + propriare to appropriate, fr. proprius one's own, proper.] To cancel the appropriation of; to disappropriate. [R.]

www.bootlegbooks.com/Reference/Webster/data/460.html


Webster´s Encyclopedic 1996:

appropriate
...
3.to set apart, authorize or legislate for some speciic purpose or use:´*The legislature appropriated funds for the University* (Synonyms: apportion, allocate , assign). 4. To take to or for oneself; take possesion of. 5. to take without consent, sieze; expropriate: *He appropriated the trust funds for himself* ....

appropriation
...
1. the act of appropriating 2. anything appropriated for a special purpose, esp. money 3. an act of legislature authorizing money to be paid from a treasury for a special use. 4. the money thus authorized....

See also:

Project Webster 1913

Disappropriate
Dis`ap*pro"pri*ate (?), a. (Law) Severed from the appropriation or possession of a spiritual corporation.
The appropriation may be severed, and the church become disappropriate, two ways. Blackstone.

Disappropriate
Dis`ap*pro"pri*ate (?), v. t.
1. To release from individual ownership or possession. Milton.

2. (Law) To sever from appropriation or possession a spiritual corporation.

Appropriations of the several parsonages . . . would heave been, by the rules of the common law, disappropriated. Blackstone.

Disappropriation
Dis`ap*pro`pri*a"tion (?), n. The act of disappropriating.

machaut.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/WEBSTER.page.sh?PAGE=418

Examples:

World Bank Subverts Land Reform in Brazil
... benefit of society. It also provides the federal government with the power to disappropriate,
for the purpose of agrarian reform, rural property which is not ...
www.50years.org/ejn/v2n3/brazil.html - 19k - Cached - Similar pages

law67
... amendment) as "lack of care". The amendment indicates that the minimum fine of $300.00
is not logical and is punishment disappropriate to the act committed. ...
www.northshore1.com/sato/law67.htm - 11k - Cached - Similar pages

AIN Online: Washington Report
... Senators Back Loran-C Young revealed that there already had been attempts to disappropriate
$176 million of the money that was to be budgeted in the Aviation ...
www.ainonline.com/Departments/AIN_washington.html - 50k - Cached - Similar pages

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
... administration, under the leadership of President Elnora D. Daniel, to help address
the disappropriate representation of minorities who hold doctorate degrees. ...
www.csu.edu/publicaffairs/NewsCampusHighlights/1999/August/ USGrantforDoctorateDegrees.htm

During 1993 and 1994 for example, the government had planned to disappropriate 3.3 million hectares to be used for the purpose of agrarian reform. Only 1.2 million hectares were disappropriated. For this present year, the government plan is to settle 40 thousand landless families. Soon after taking office, Agriculture Minister Jose Eduardo Andrade Vieira created a huge polemic saying that this was not possible. A few days later he went back on his statement.
www.oneworld.org/sejup/166.htm

If Congress were to disapprove of a particular military excursion, Hyde assured his colleagues, "We have the untrammeled authority to unappropriate, disappropriate funds. That is the key; and that makes us the king of the hill." Six months later, when given an opportunity to disappropriate funding for Bill Clinton's unconstitutional Bosnia occupation, the GOP-led Congress took a dive.
www.trimonline.org/congress/articles/war_powers.htm






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Davorka Grgic
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Explanation:
Disappropriation -

1. Eccles. law. The alienation of CHURCH PROPERTY from its original use; the severance of property from church ownership or possession.

2. The release of property from individual ownership or possession.

So the term does mean deprivation of property or right - but in a specific context.


    Black's Law Dictionary
Tatiana Neroni
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