unmortgageable love


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  • adjective Not mortgageable.


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  • Nobody who might desire this shop and cottage is able to pay a reasonable price, wherefore they are just as unmortgageable.

    The Unicorn Trade Anderson, Poul and Karen 1984

  • That "Problem" outlawed their Potlatches; instituted racism in hiring; enacted legislation that disenfranchised them; treated them as minors under law; declared their reserves to be crown land, unmortgageable; deprived them of their land and resources despite no surrender, and despite treaty rights; forbade their entrance into restaurants and other public facilities in the 1960s; sought labour solidarity along racial lines as unions were white-dominated; instituted compulsory schooling that broke up family economy; and forced Original Peoples onto relief.

    The Dominion: All Stories 2009


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