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use "deputize" in a sentence

The Sheriff called Deputy Charlie Latham, who lived near the next scheduled stop for the train, Paint Rock, Alabama and told him to deputize as many citizens as he needed to "capture every negro on the train.

Marshal C. Dake, after Virgil was wounded, and had authority to
being deprived of his inheritance.

This deprived the country of many of its brightest minds, and also of a very capable workforce.

One consequence was that the German police who took part in the attempted rescue operation, with no special training in hostage crisis operations, were deprived of specialised technical assistance.

I was deprived-I never got either.

Much of Hoxton, however, remains deprived with council housing dominating the landscape.

That means that iron-deprived bacteria reproduce more slowly.

At a time when one in five adults is infected with HIV and nearly 70 percent of the population is under the age of 24, the gag rule has deprived Zambia's primary family planning agency of critical U.S. assistance.

At James's accession, Halifax was deprived of much of his power and relegated to the presidency of the council.

If deprived of sincere adoration, they weaken and eventually die.

Nutty foams at the mouth when deprived of candy or any other sugar-related item and he will do whatever it takes to get the sugar he wants, even if it involves stealing the candy from them, ignoring his friends', or even his own fatal injuries.

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