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occupy

[′äk·yə‚pī]
(engineering)
To set a surveying instrument over a point for the purpose of making observations or measurements.
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We'll need more than five years to evaluate Occupy's lasting effects, but Yates McKee's Strike Art: Contemporary Art and the Post-Occupy Condition helpfully augments the record on Occupy and its influence.
Activist and Occupy movement participant Nicholas Smaligo presents The Occupy Movement Explained: From Corporate Control to Democracy, a straightforward, passionate account of the mass-movement that arose in the wake of financial malfeasance so great that it prompted a severe, world-spanning recession.
Bruegger's Bagels and Jamba Juice will occupy a 2,041s/f space.
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 page is not affiliated with Occupy Wall Street or the New York City General Assembly, according to Occupy Judaism (which is).
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.
Meanwhile, Occupy Wall Street (OWS), which started in New York City in September 2011 and was the first many Americans had heard of the global Occupy movement against economic inequality, has spread to hundreds of locations around the country.
OCCUPY Wall Street's challenge to corporate malfeasance and global austerity measures continue to grip and inspire activists and protesters around the world.
THE SUCCESS OF THE OCCUPY MOVEMENT in the US is derived from the reclamation of public space, and the occupation of mental space through the production of cultural and political ephemera including political posters, videos, projections, memes, apps and publications.
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.
1 : to fill up (an extent of time or space) <Sports occupy our spare time.