COERCE


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COERCEConglomerate of Established Resources Co-Operating Efficiently (gaming community)
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Perpetrators use real or perceived power to groom, threaten and coerce victims JACQUI MONTGOMERY DEVLIN barnardo's
Taiwan first chooses whether to trade or not, after which China decides whether to exploit the trade relationship and coerce Taiwan.
US attempts to diplomatically coerce Somali warlords, Serbia over Kosovo, North Korean nuclear efforts, and Iraq on WMD disarmament were judged failures because in each case the target state felt that it had much more to lose than the damage that the application of limited American force would produce.
3 on 29 charges alleging he used his position to coerce women into performing sexual acts, according to court records.
The strike already has sparked two complaints of unfair labor practices with the National Labor Relations Board, with one union alleging that Finch Pruyn failed to bargain in good faith and tried to intimidate or coerce union employees.
This calculation in turn leads us to contract with others to set up an absolute sovereign - a sovereign who has the power to coerce us to obey.
The rationale of Bumpers' proposal is that, whereas most independent contractors would have all of these characteristics, most "employees" could rarely claim more than a couple, making it more difficult for unscrupulous employers to coerce them.
Since this minimal value would surely not surpass the value required to coerce, earlier called n, coercion does not occur here.
The Petition for Review should be denied because the clear purpose and effect of Proposition A is to preserve a historically significant war memorial, not to proselytize a particular religious viewpoint or coerce any religious activity," the brief concluded.
He used to coerce me to touch him for a few minutes.
It's compassionate to coerce individuals with eating disorders into treatment aimed at altering their potentially fatal pursuit of weight loss and thinness, comments psychiatrist Arnold E.