coerce


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If a politics-first Taiwan believes that China is unlikely to coerce, it will risk trading with China.
flat in Sharjah, according to records, and when they failed to coerce the father to waive his ownership, they handed him over to the Abu Dhabi authorities where he was wanted.
But apparently we're not meant to turn around the reviewer's last sentence so that it reads: "To increase the human power to coerce others is therefore to increase the human capacity for evil; to rein in evil might require reining in the extent to which people can coerce others.
Summary: Suspect denies charge, claims ex-wife's malicious complaint was made to coerce him to drop custody case
The court ordered further proceedings to determine of officials acted unreasonably when they characterized the prisoner's statements to an officer as an attempt to coerce the officer into not enforcing a prison shaving rule.
The 7th Circuit panel, however, found that the Wisconsin correctional authorities did not require or coerce offenders to enter Faith Works, but merely provided the offender with the choice of several halfway houses, most of which are secular.
Nor does the policy mitigate the influences that coerce audience members to participate in prayers offered at graduation.
and his colleagues have used very high pressures to coerce room-temperature helium to combine with nitrogen.