Definition of Occupy. Meaning of Occupy. Synonyms of Occupy

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Definition of Occupy

Occupy
Occupy Oc"cu*py, v. i. 1. To hold possession; to be an occupant. ``Occupy till I come.' --Luke xix. 13. 2. To follow business; to traffic.

Meaning of Occupy from wikipedia

- Occupy may refer to: Occupy (book), a 2012 short study of the Occupy movement by Noam Chomsky Occupy movement, an international protest that began in New...
- The Occupy movement was an international progressive socio-political movement that expressed opposition to social and economic inequality and to the lack...
- Occupied (Norwegian: Okkupert) is a Norwegian political thriller TV series that premiered on TV2 on 5 October 2015. Based on an original idea by Jo Nesbø...
- Occupy Democrats is a left-wing Facebook page describing itself as a political organization based in the United States, founded in 2012 by twin brothers...
- Occupy Wall Street (OWS) was a protest movement that began on September 17, 2011, in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City's Wall Street financial district...
- UC Davis pepper-spray incident occurred on November 18, 2011, during an Occupy movement demonstration at the University of California, Davis. After asking...
- Occupy Central (Chinese: 佔領中環) may refer to: Occupy Central (2011–12) Occupy Central with Love and Peace The 2014 Hong Kong protests The Umbrella Movement...
- Occupy Minneapolis [OccupyMN] is a gr****roots collaboration that began in October 2011 with a series of demonstrations in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Protesters...
- Occupy Oakland refers to a collaboration and series of demonstrations in Oakland, California that started in October 2011. As part of the Occupy movement...
- Occupy London was a movement for social justice and real democracy in London, England, and part of the international Occupy movement. While some media...
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