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Subjugation

Cushan-rishathaim Aram
king to whom God sold Israelites. [O.T.: Judges 3:8]
Gibeonites
consigned to servitude in retribution for trickery. [O.T.: Joshua 9:22–27]
Ham Noah
curses him and progeny to servitude. [O.T.: Genesis 9:22–27]
Jabin Canaanite
king to whom God sold Israelites. [O.T.: Judges 4:1]
Nebuchadnezzar
Babylonian king, plunders Jerusalem; carries people into exile. [O.T.: II Kings 24:10–16]
Svengali
mesmerizes artist’s model, making her a famous singer under his influence. [Br. Lit.: George DuMaurier Trilby]
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Israel has an aggressive expansionist policy towards the rest of the Middle East; they wish to take it over to subjugate the people," Harris said.
alone endeavor to subjugate the enemy in Korea, Iraq, or Afghanistan.
Harris then brought up the issue of women in Islam, noting that some see Islam as a religion that subjugates women.
In a unique analysis, he also shows that religious narratives have been central to queer expression and activism as a form of counter-protest against those who have sought to victimize and subjugate gays and lesbians.
were indoctrinated in schools to be proud to be Americans (even while they live in racially segregated, dilapidated communities) and recruited by the military to serve as colonial soldiers to subjugate others around the world and enforce the hegemonic entrenchment of American culture, language and consumerism.
That is the central point only if we accept that failure to militarize our society will enable Al Qaeda to subjugate us with their occasional anonymous blast.
All the while, city officials and some business leaders have tried to subdue and subjugate the former high school wrestler.
To this, the feminist analysis adds that men use violence as a deliberate strategy to subjugate women.
Richard McCabe starkly defines the contradictions behind England's efforts to subjugate its first colony: "The act of suppression was regarded as an act of 'charity,' an attitude which eventually gave rise to the claim that the Irish were 'beholding to God for being conquered" (19).
The British Education Act of 1870 made primary education available to all, but Victorian school buildings took their cue from bleak, authoritarian models such as prisons or barracks that could be economically produced to process and subjugate the newly educated masses.
He is seen by the radical Left as the vanguard of an invasion of hateful Europeans who in their greed and racism couldn't wait to wipe out or subjugate the noble savages of the New World.
l IT is increasingly obvious that the written law authorises those in power to subjugate people and lay claim to land and property they have taken by cunning and or force from others.