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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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Although it is unclear from the text whether the periods of subjugation occurred simultaneously with, or subsequent to, the rulership of the Judges, it is logical to assume that there were no extended gaps of more than a few months during which the country was without a leader.
French president Nicolas Sarkozy says that burkas have no place in his country as they are a sign of the subjugation of women.
The burqa is not a religious sign, it is a sign of the subjugation, of the submission of women.
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Retired neurosurgeon and historian of the 19th-century US, Ladenheim presents a biography of Benteen (1834-98), who was a soldier who participated in the Civil War, the Little Bighorn Battle, and the subjugation of the Nez Perce.
From the covered-up Al Yamamah arms corruption deal, subjugation of human rights - particularly to women and gays - to being the major breeding source of world terrorism, his family presides over a regime that politicians should denounce rather than dine with.
It didn't pan out for most of them, but the arrival of foreigners did bring horrific new diseases, military and political violence, subjugation in the name of God, slavery and plenty of plain and simple slaughter.
Feminism, after all, drives us to question the subjugation of these "lovely women scattered about like decorative pillows," but who doesn't envy the boundless leisure of the harem divan?
Barbara Diefendorf takes issue with those who have treated religious visionaries as mentally disturbed fanatics, as well as with those who have seen the Counter-Reformation campaign to enforce rules of claustration on women's convents as unalloyed patriarchal subjugation.
Over the centuries, the church has had to defend and even participate in slavery, torture, genocide, pogroms, forced relocation, expropriation of land, unfair labor practices, the death penalty, witch burning, the subjugation of women, child abuse, theft and various war crimes, culminating in the successive horrors of the first half of the 20th century: World War I, the Great Depression, and the Nazi Holocaust and World War II.