deprival in a sentence

"deprival" meaning  "deprival" in Chinese  
  1. These court cases resulted in the deprival of parental rights and their children were sent to boarding schools.
  2. The deprival value of an asset is the extent to which the entity is " better off " because it holds the asset.
  3. Despite his opposition to James II's Catholic policies, he refused the oaths to William and Mary and suffered deprival in 1691.
  4. In the years following the Revolution he wrote a series of tracts questioning the legitimacy of the new monarchs and the deprival of the Non-juror bishops.
  5. This seminary came into limelight due to its brutal treatment of students for chaining, beatings, lashes, and deprival of food like in a torture chamber.
  6. It's difficult to find deprival in a sentence.
  7. Deprival value is based on the premise that the value of an asset is equivalent to the loss that the owner of an asset would sustain if deprived of that asset.
  8. There appeared to be more promising times in 1919, when the new regime took cognizance of the fact that 97 percent of Russia's Jewish population spoke Yiddish and should no longer be subjected to deprival.
  9. Although the extent to which deprival value contributed to the failure of attempts to introduce inflation accounting is debatable ( see Tweedie and Whittington for a review ) there is no doubt that interest in deprival value subsequently declined.
  10. Although the extent to which deprival value contributed to the failure of attempts to introduce inflation accounting is debatable ( see Tweedie and Whittington for a review ) there is no doubt that interest in deprival value subsequently declined.
  11. He was not, however, taught The Skill, an ancient set of abilities based on mental contact and manipulation, which was inherent in the royal line : this deprival would leave him very bitter in later life.
  12. On Gouge's death he succeeded him ( 1654 ) as rector of St . Anne's, but resigned this preferment on being again presented, some time ( probably 1655 ) after Feake's deprival, to the vicarage of Christ Church.
  13. During the 1970s deprival value played a major role in the development of accounting in times of inflation, being endorsed by official reports in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada Deprival value also formed the basis of the disclosures required in the United States by SFAS 33.
  14. During the 1970s deprival value played a major role in the development of accounting in times of inflation, being endorsed by official reports in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada Deprival value also formed the basis of the disclosures required in the United States by SFAS 33.
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