• WordNet 3.6
    • n disinvestment the withdrawal of capital from a country or corporation
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In poetry:

Has experienced and has perched
Has put up with it and has disinvested
Has raised and has razed
Has pondered and has asked
Has said and has raised
"Creation Made Like Hope" by James Dickey

In news:

I believe it was initially spurred by massive disinvestment in inner cities in the East.
Don't disinherit Israel: Presbyterians should invest in peace, not disinvest in Israel.
There's no doubt that the ongoing crisis of governance in California and resulting disinvestment in the University of California system is deplorable.
Disinvestment remains a powerful human-rights weapon--as long as it's done carefully.