Alienator
Alienator \Al"ien*a"tor\, n. One who alienates. [1913 Webster]

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  • ACQUISITION — (Heb. קִנְיָן; kinyan) the act whereby a person voluntarily obtains legal rights. In Jewish law almost all kinds of rights, whether proprietary (jus in rem) or contractual (jus in personam; see obligations ), can be voluntarily acquired only by… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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