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Definition of Acquisitively

Acquisitively
Acquisitively Ac*quis"i*tive*ly, adv. In the way of acquisition.

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- Kranish & Fisher 2017, p. 137. Cuff, Daniel (December 18, 1988). "Seven Acquisitive Executives Who Made Business News in 1988: Donald Trump – Trump Organization;...
- He might dishonor you forever." In another chapter, he says that "the acquisitive man is not content with what he has, wicked injustice shrivels the heart...
- The masks of hate: the problem of false solutions in the culture of an acquisitive society. Pergamon Press. p. 118. ISBN 978-0-08-015799-3. Roughgarden...
- favour of the return to the normal French civil rule of prescription acquisitive of any unclaimed good after another long period of time and consequently...
- "The Acquisitive Chuckle" is a mystery short story by American writer Isaac Asimov in 1971, first published in the January 1972 issue of Ellery Queen's...
- 1502. Machiavelli was born in a tumultuous era in which popes waged acquisitive wars against Italian city-states, and people and cities often fell from...
- Later in life, Burroughs described the Ugly Spirit as "Monopolistic, acquisitive evil. Ugly evil. The ugly American", and took part in a shamanic ceremony...
- are used to numb the hurt feelings, nightmares and daytime flashbacks. Acquisitive crimes to pay for the chemicals are inevitable if the victim is unable...
- BTR plc was a British multinational industrial conglomerate company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It was founded in 1924, grew strongly by acquisition...
- ****ets of any description. In consequence, any person who commits an acquisitive crime (i.e., one that produces some benefit in the form of money or an...
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