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  • 181Hegel, spirit, and politics — Leo Rauch Hegel’s impact on political thought has been immense giving shape to the major political movements of the modern world. Yet the person of average education is hardly familiar with the name, which is usually identified with a small… …

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  • 182viewer — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ television, TV ▪ cable, satellite ▪ Most cable viewers have a few channels that they watch regularly. ▪ casual ▪ …

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  • 183affections — n. to alienate smb. s affections * * * to alienate smb. s affections …

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  • 184come — v. 1) (d; intr.) to come across ( to meet by chance ) (to come across an old friend) 2) (d; intr.) to come at ( to attack ) (he came at me with a knife) 3) (d; intr.) to come between ( to alienate ); ( to separate ) (to come between two friends)… …

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  • 185transfer — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Convey from one person to another Nouns 1. transfer, transference, transmission, transmittal, transmittance, consignment; transfusion, displacement, dislodgment; metastasis; shift, change, removing,… …

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  • 186disaffect — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. estrange, antagonize, repel; see alienate . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To make distant, hostile, or unsympathetic: alienate, disunite, estrange. Idiom: set at odds. See LOVE …

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  • 187disunite — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. divide, separate, dissociate, estrange; see alienate , divide 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To become or cause to become apart one from another: break, detach, disjoin, disjoint, divide, divorce, part, separate,… …

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  • 188envenom — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To poison] Syn. infect, contaminate, pollute; see poison . 2. [To alienate] Syn. embitter, estrange, anger; see alienate , anger 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To have a destructive effect on: canker, infect, poison.… …

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  • 189Transfer — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Transfer >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 transfer transfer conveyance assignment alienation abalienation Sgm: N 1 demise demise limitation Sgm: N 1 conveyancing conveyancing Sgm: N 1 transmission …

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  • 190abalienate — (v.) 1550s, from L. abalienatus, pp. of abalienare to remove, lit. to make alien, from ab (see AB (Cf. ab )) + alienare (see ALIENATE (Cf. alienate)). Related: Abalienated; abalienating …

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  • 191alienation — (n.) transfer of ownership, late 14c., from O.Fr. alienacion and directly from L. alienationem (nom. alienatio) a transfer, surrender, noun of action from pp. stem of alienare (see ALIENATE (Cf. alienate)). It also meant loss or derangement of… …

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  • 192alienist — (n.) one who treats mental illness, mad doctor, 1864, from Fr. aliéniste, from alienation in the sense of insanity, loss of mental faculty, a sense attested in English from late 15c. (see ALIENATE (Cf. alienate)) …

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  • 193inalienable — (adj.) 1640s, from IN (Cf. in ) (1) not, opposite of + alienable (see ALIENATE (Cf. alienate)). Related: Inalienably; Inalienability …

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  • 194abalienate — v. a. 1. Alienate, estrange. 2. (Law.) Alienate, transfer, convey, demise, make over, deliver over …

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  • 195estrange — v. a. 1. Withdraw, withhold, keep away. 2. Divert, alienate, apply to a foreign purpose. 3. Disaffect, alienate, make unfriendly, make disaffected, destroy one s affections, turn away …

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  • 196προεκποιήσαντα — προεκποιέω alienate before aor part act neut nom/voc/acc pl προεκποιέω alienate before aor part act masc acc sg …

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  • 197dispose( of) — To alienate or direct the ownership of property, as disposition by will. Used also of the determination of suits. To exercise finally, in any manner, one s power of control over; to pass into the control of someone else; to alienate, relinquish,… …

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  • 198dispose( of) — To alienate or direct the ownership of property, as disposition by will. Used also of the determination of suits. To exercise finally, in any manner, one s power of control over; to pass into the control of someone else; to alienate, relinquish,… …

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  • 199disaffect — verb arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness She alienated her friends when she became fanatically religious • Syn: ↑estrange, ↑alienate, ↑alien • Derivationally related forms:… …

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  • 200MOROCCO — MOROCCO, westernmost country in North Africa. The first arrival of Jews in Morocco goes back to antiquity. There are numerous legends which claim that they settled in the country before the destruction of the First Temple. From the fifth to the… …

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