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But as we have now seen, social pressure is essential in motivating those who do have power to enforce obedience.
Thus, the purpose of the mihna was not necessarily to define a point of doctrine but to enforce obedience.
Moral suasion may do much to encourage respect for sanitary science, but it requires the strong arm of statute law, with its severe penalties for violation, to enforce obedience to its precepts.
She also ordered the Armed Forces of the Philippines 'to maintain law and order throughout the Philippines, prevent or suppress all forms of lawless violence, as well as any act of insurrection or rebellion, and to enforce obedience to all the laws and to all decrees, orders and regulations [she had] promulgated personally or upon [her] direction.
I]n such a colony," claimed Bayliss, "the discipline, while not as strict as that of an ordinary prison, would still be strict enough to enforce obedience on the part of a patient for the protection of the public at large [.
As any mafia don knows, the threat or use of violence can be an effective way to enforce obedience.
Leung has told the public the new courses are meant to promote understanding of the mainland, not enforce obedience.
the authors strive to persuade instead of mandate: they employ classical forms of rhetoric, they never invoke coercion to enforce obedience to the Constitutions, they readily allow exemptions from its rules when circumstances require, and they appeal to their own experience to explain the rules.
The idea is to handle the dog close but oil wind so he can't catch scent, is unaware and startled when the bird is launched and freezes, leaving the handler in position Co enforce obedience,
In this large and well-presented book, David Andress tackles modern history's first prototype terror: the attempt by the French Republic between 1792 and 1794 to enforce obedience upon an entire population in the name of freedom, equality, and justice.
Like its Medieval predecessor, this new church, The Church of Zionist Rectitude, uses torture, murder, intimidation and blackmail to enforce obedience to its verities.
If authority is challenged, sanctions may be applied to enforce obedience and submission.