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What Does Occupation Means?

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Its means he word occupation means a number of things including one vocation or job
, that something that one undertakes to provide ones livelihood regularly. Occupation also refers to any activity undertaken to pass ones time. It also relates to the concept of possession
and refers to some place being held as such. In today's volatile world it refers to one entity such as an army belonging to one nation controlling another territory that it has invaded, conquered or forcefully held.

The word "occupation" comes from the Middle English word "occupation", taken from the Old French "occupation", in its turn taken from the Latin "occupation" derived from the Latin "occupier" which means "to occupy".

Synonyms of occupation include line of work, job, business, military control, moving in, occupancy and taking possession.
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The word occupation means a number of things including one vocation or job, that something that one undertakes to provide ones livelihood regularly. Occupation also refers to any activity undertaken to pass ones time. It also relates to the concept of possession and refers to some place being held as such. In today's volatile world it refers to one entity such as an army belonging to one nation controlling another territory that it has invaded, conquered or forcefully held.

The word "occupation" comes from the Middle English word "occupacioun", taken from the Old French "occupacion", in its turn taken from the Latin "occupation" derived from the Latin "occupare" which means "to occupy".

Synonyms of occupation include line of work, job, business, military control, moving in, occupancy and taking possession.
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Occupation means many things to many people.  As a person who continues to struggle with the U.S. History in Hawai'I and restoring the Hawaiian government by legal means and secondly, calling to end the U.S. Military "control" and  "management" of our lands, treasury, undivided vested rights as keiki oka aina includes; we do want to have ACCESS to every program, project and proposals that would support our plans; residential and agricultural sWaimanalo lands.

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