confiscate


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confiscate

1. seized or confiscated; forfeit
2. having lost or been deprived of property through confiscation
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Some in Lebanon are confiscating weapons and seeking to confiscate patriotism.
This mechanism sought to confiscate their property obtained through corruption and restore it to the public budget.
Rules to make it easier for national authorities to freeze and confiscate crooks assets across the EU were approved by Parliament on Tuesday.
Sudan officially ceased direct press censorship in 2009 but continues to suspend and confiscate newspapers as a way of retaliation if they reported on a long list of issues considered sensitive.
Operation Weather started on Barry Island in April, adopting a zero tolerance approach to anyone found drinking alcohol in the drinking exclusion zone PC Nick Williams said: "We have the power to confiscate and dispose of alcohol being consumed within any of the drinking exclusion zones in the Vale of Glamorgan.
If the stewards try to confiscate anything, demand a receipt and go to collect your items after the game.
Furthermore, the paper reported that a team of Hamas security forces raided houses on Monday night to confiscate cigarettes smuggled to the enclave.