Definition of Evictions
1. Noun. (plural of eviction) ¹
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Definition of Evictions
1. eviction [n] - See also: eviction
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Literary usage of Evictions
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Civil and Political Rights in Croatia by Ivana Nizich, Željka Markić, Jeri Laber (1995)
"evictions FROM STATE-OWNED HOUSING During communist rule in the former SFRJ, those who were members of the officer corps or worked for the Yugoslav Army ..."
2. Unequal Protection: The State Response to Violent Crime on South African Farms by Bronwen Manby, Human Rights Watch (Organization, Rumbi Mabuwa, Human Rights Watch (Organization)., Cheryl Goodenough (2001)
"This is my father's place, and as an elder son I have inherited it.2" Historically, evictions of black workers and tenants from South Africa's farms have ..."
3. The Celtic Magazine (1881)
"I read with melancholy interest your account of the evictions, ... In the first place I don't think the past evictions should all bo placed in the same ..."
4. Rights Denied: The Roma of Hungary by Human Rights Watch Staff, Human Rights Watch, Human rights watch-Helsinki, Human Rights Watch / Helsinki (1996)
"While Human Rights Watch/Helsinki does not believe that these evictions should be characterized as solely or even directly motivated by anti-Roma prejudice, ..."
5. Ireland Under Coercion: The Diary of an American by William Henry Hurlbert (1888)
"SINCE the first edition of this book was published certain " evictions " mentioned in it as impending on the Clanricarde estates have been carried out. ..."
6. A History of England by James Franck Bright (1904)
"In some instances they had mercifully held their increase of hand, but undoubtedly evictions had largely increased, evictions. and no incitement to stricter ..."
7. Through Ramona's Country by George Wharton James (1908)
"CHAPTER XVIII INDIAN evictions IN RAMONA'S COUNTRY ' •"''HE stories of the evictions of the Indians in Ramona •*• are statements of absolute fact, ..."
8. The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century by James Anthony Froude (1874)
"... Arthur to the New had distinctly developed Young palliates these evictions. He themselves. wrote before the consequences * ' Captain Erskine to Mr. Lee, ..."