subjection to

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They claimed exemption from the mandates of human authority, as militating with their subjection to a superior power.
After twelve years of banishment from the land of their first allegiance, during which they had been under an adoptive and temporary subjection to another sovereign, they must naturally have been led to reflect upon the relative rights and duties of allegiance and subjection.
She inherits her mother's talents, and must have been under subjection to her."
But since I was really greatly fascinated with them, and read them with an evergrowing fascination, the only honest thing to do is to own my subjection to them.
For those different sects do not easily admit of an union with each other, or a quiet subjection to the same monarch.
If the people yield, well and good; but if they resist him, as he began by beating his own father and mother, so now, if he has the power, he beats them, and will keep his dear old fatherland or motherland, as the Cretans say, in subjection to his young retainers whom he has introduced to be their rulers and masters.
The proletarian is without property; his relation to his wife and children has no longer anything in common with the bourgeois family-relations; modern industrial labour, modern subjection to capital, the same in England as in France, in America as in Germany, has stripped him of every trace of national character.
Her sufferings, according to the group, 'epitomize the plight of many Filipino migrant women' who have suffered or may be currently suffering 'physical illness or mental disorders due to their subjection to maltreatment and inhumane working conditions.'
Ms Cunningham added: "[We] respect the innate character of wild animals and will not tolerate their subjection to a nomadic lifestyle as a spectacle for entertainment."
The purpose of the contract is to provide the service of coverage of life and accident insurance of statutory and labor staff of the City Council of Santa Coloma de Gramenet and its autonomous agencies, the Patronato de la Msica and those that may be created during the validity of the Contract, with strict subjection to the conditions, requirements, areas and terms established in the specification of particular administrative clauses and in the specification of technical prescriptions.
Kerry called on the international community to condemn the "commodification of women and children as spoils of war, including through their subjection to horrific physical and sexual violence, intimidation, and deprivation of liberty."--AFP R.H.
Based on these meanings, it is possible to describe hatred as follows: the alienation of a person because of any of his characteristics or choices; deprivation from his fundamental rights and freedoms; repression of his acts; subjection to ethnic cleansing.