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use "coercion" in a sentence

There was doubt as to whether she was leaving by choice or through coercion and so Australian authorities initially did not act to prevent her being bundled into the plane.

Like Lincoln, he believed slavery could and should be extinguished by long-run historical forces rather than by
limited, e.g. to coerce illegal immigrants into leaving the country.

Snyder would sometimes coerce his opponents by merely the threat of retaining J. Minos "The Minotaur" Simon.

335 this was slightly modified at p344: "What a defendant has to be aware of is the risk that the group might try to coerce him into committing criminal offences of the type for which he is being tried by the use of violence or threats of violence." In early August, in an attempt to coerce the Bosnian Serbs into accepting the plan, the Serbian government cut political and economic relationships with the Bosnian Serb leaders.

Fraser, p 75 Leclerc attempted to coerce Pauline to Paris in August.

Though the Organization tried to coerce and threaten him to return, he flatly refused.

This dissatisfaction led him to coerce Dr. Leo into designing a machine to summon Deathtoll, bringing about the fall of the world and himself.

The organisation aimed to coerce men to enlist in the British Army by persuading women to present them with a white feather if they were not wearing a uniform.

Some employers continued to withhold the passports of foreign workers, a practice that can be used as a means to coerce forced labor.

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