Occupy already has many critics.
We had someone occupy the speaker's chair in parliament.
It needs to occupy not just the occasional park, university or road junction.
More than 100,000 people took to the streets at the height of the Occupy Central protests.
Occupy is keeping quiet about its detailed strategy (if any).
Occupy Central’s organisers themselves insist that occupation is very much a last resort.
By the time they were evicted, Occupy had spread to more than nine hundred cities worldwide.
They occupy deep, amphitheater-shaped hollows, called cirques, that are situated high on the side of a mountain.
Occupy Central will hold a citywide unofficial vote from June 20 to 22 to rally public support for its protest plans.
And the properties that occupy these roles will be descriptive properties, Jackson believes, in the light of the argument aired above.
The other 10% (4.6 million people) occupy the remaining 70%, giving a population density of barely 14 inhabitants per square kilometre.
(William Drew told me, “We respect the right of Occupy 50 Best to express its free opinions, even if we don’t agree with its aims or views.”)
And so, when it came to the Occupy movement, Quinn found herself among those being met with demands, rather than among those doing the demanding.
Chan Kin-man, a co-founder of Occupy Central, said the protest would probably start on Wednesday, China’s National Day holiday, which is also a public holiday in Hong Kong.
But each time, each one of those moments probably can be traced in relationship to new ideas on how to occupy existing buildings or how to occupy new buildings.”
I don’t think that Occupy Central understands that,” he said, referring to Occupy Central With Love and Peace, a group that has spearheaded demands for democracy.
"The Gulf members of OPEC occupy the lowest end of the spectrum, while Canadian and shale oil fields occupy the upper end of the production cash cost spectrum," he said.
Until recently the best-known movement had been Occupy Central with Love and Peace, which is modelled on Occupy Wall Street and named after an important business district at the heart of Hong Kong.
Organised through social media and calling themselves los indignados (“the indignant ones”), it was a new kind of protest movement, one that would be swiftly copied elsewhere, notably by Occupy Wall Street and Occupy London later that year.
Since the mathematical disciplines treat things which are considered without any sensible matter (although they are actually impressed in matter), it is clear that they occupy the intermediate place between metaphysics and natural science…If the nobility and preeminence of a science is truly judged by virtue of the certainty of the demonstrations it uses, undoubtedly the mathematical disciplines will occupy the first place among all.
- keep busy with
- live (in a certain place)
- occupy the whole of
- be on the mind of
- march aggressively into another's territory by military force for the purposes of conquest and occupation
- require (time or space)
- consume all of one's attention or time
- assume, as of positions or roles
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Since the mathematical disciplines treat things which are considered without any sensible matter although they are actually impressed in matter it is clear that they occupy the intermediate place between metaphysics and natural science…If the nobility and preeminence of a science is truly judged by virtue of the certainty of the demonstrations it uses undoubtedly the mathematical disciplines will occupy the first place among all