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To deprive a person is an intransitive verb, which can mean:
In the Law
- Child neglect
- To deprive some person of life, liberty, or property
- To deprive someone of a peerage, see Titles Deprivation Act 1917
- To be deprived of property, see Provident Institution for Sav. v. Mayor of Jersey City
- To deprive someone of his goods, see Theft, Larceny, or Deception offences
- To remove a case from the jurisdiction of a court.
- Deprivation (disambiguation)
- To feel deprived, see Relative deprivation
- To be deprived of sleep, see Sleep deprivation
- To be deprived of one or more senses, see Sensory deprivation
In the Church
- To remove from a benefice, or to remove from a position of authority
- The Lexington Principles on the Rights of Detainees
- Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 - which allows the UK government to deprive a person of British citizenship or Right of Abode (United Kingdom)
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