occupy


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Wikipedia.

occupy

[′äk·yə‚pī]
(engineering)
To set a surveying instrument over a point for the purpose of making observations or measurements.
References in periodicals archive ?
Zuccotti has always been the stronghold of Occupy Wall Street movement in the last two years.
Think it, Drink it, a nutritional supplement company will occupy a 873 s/f space in the center.
A self-proclaimed leader of hactivist group Anonymous UK has been cleared of raping a woman during the Occupy protests at St Paul's last year.
The City Winery in New York to Host Occupy This Album Record Release Party May 8th, 2012
Occupy Eugene's evolution continues, with group members planning to set up a medical tent for a few hours this Sunday in the downtown Park Blocks.
OCCUPY Wall Street's challenge to corporate malfeasance and global austerity measures continue to grip and inspire activists and protesters around the world.
WORCESTER - About a dozen students in Occupy Clark decided they would move their protest from inside the warm university library to six tents amid freshly fallen snow on the common of Clark University last night.
Protesters with Occupy Austin, an offshoot of Occupy Wall Street, gathered at City Hall to rally against corporate influence in the United States government.
At least up until now, the Israelis do not have your consent to occupy your People and Lands.
Since the Kremlin ordered a counterattack this fall against Islamic rebels who had moved from Chechnya into neighboring Dagestan, perhaps 100,000 Russian troops have managed to occupy 60 percent of Chechnya.
For example, they could study situations in which two or more atoms occupy the same microscopic quantum well.
WASHINGTON -- The Communications Workers of America issued this statement in support of Occupy Wall Street and the Occupy Movement: