How To Use Subjugation In A Sentence

  • The ruling class has deliberately cultivated inside its military a psychopathic element, ready to carry out mass murder against any population targeted for subjugation.
  • Guardian's Band of Subjugation now correctly grants universal haste.
  • However, I firmly believe that 'subjugation' of neighbouring peoples was not a goal or political philosophy driving the creation of a Jewish independent state. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • Everyone I meet, whether farmer, miner, railman, professor, cleric, or the long-faced Senator, and most especially the wives of these-everyone wants to know why I would submit to a marital practice so filled with subjugation and sorrow. Excerpt: The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff
  • These two periods, then, confronted different typologies of racial subjugation.
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  • He publicly excoriated the film director Zhang Yimou (Raise the Red Lantern, House of Flying Daggers) and the artist Cai Guo Qiang (the man whose firework dragon failed to ignite on the Thames at the millennium) for creating the opening ceremony, which he termed "a visual crap-pile of phony affection and hypocritical unctuousness . . . an encyclopedia of spiritual subjugation". Ai Weiwei: the dissident artist
  • Japan's surrender released conflicting emotions that began to grow and take deep root in Oe: a sense of both humiliation/subjugation and liberation/renewal. Kenzaburo Oe: Laughing Prophet and Soulful Healer
  • To compare their republic's democratic idealism to Rome, with its conquering legions, subjugation of peoples and universalist claims to law and order ignites a simmering anger.
  • But there was no possibility of that because racial subjugation was enforced by law.
  • Counter subjugation means that one of the five elements subjugates the other opposite to the normal mutual subjugation order.
  • They were evangelists, missionaries and itinerant ministers living in an unholy era of subjugation, poverty and the dark brutal forces of the slaveocracy.
  • For thousands of years the subjugation of the sensuous faculties has been regarded as a constitutive element of human reason and progress.
  • Missionaries in particular (without, apparently, noticing the irony) mapped indigenous women in terms of their subjugation to polygynous marriage and lovolo (bridewealth), their "immoral" fondness for communal drinking and nocturnal "orgies," and their stubborn insistence on diagnosing illness and misfortune as symptoms of witchcraft. Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique
  • It's a day to remember that keeping one half of humankind under life-long subjugation through unwritten laws and warped thinking is a waste of talent and human resource.
  • What I see is skin-color-based historical and systemic oppression, subjugation and marginalization of people on the societal level, as well a learned color-aroused emotion, ideation and behavior disorder in individuals, a mental illness that is "nurtured" in the American environment (as well as in too many other places). Francis L. Holland: Why the "Race" Word is Wrong
  • During his life he spoke out against the Mexican War and the subjugation of Native America, and campaigned in favor of bioregionalism and the protection of animals and wild areas, but the political issue that roused his indignation more than any other was slavery. Henry David Thoreau
  • Set against the American Civil War, this city was the scene of another kind of slavery and subjugation.
  • Chinks," and claimed Native and African Americans should have been grateful for their subjugation by whites. who says that "Breitbart asked me to write for BigGovernment. com," has a peculiar self-described history. Crooks and Liars
  • Does the subjugation of the Canaanites to the Semites justify slavery of any form?
  • Christianity is supposed to demand self-abnegation, subjugation to the common good. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mass gymnastics are as chilling a sight as military parades, for they both encourage the subjugation of the individual to the collective.
  • Surrounded by hostile populations, they were an easy target for invasion and subjugation by their neighbours.
  • That's called subjugation and/or segregation and, as a society that promotes and prides itself as a bastion of freedom and equality for all, we should reject this outright discrimination against any one group of people. Martin Maidenberg: All For One and One For Some?
  • It cannot be supposed that Congress intended, without procuring thereby the very slightest advantage to the Government, to place it in the power of all men between the ages of eighteen and thirty-five years, to put themselves beyond the reach of their country's call, during the war; at a time too, when the enemy were declaring that our subjugation was a simple question of arithmetic, and depended upon the process of giving man for man, to death, or more if necessary, till our last man was gone. Cases of habeas corpus, decided by the Supreme Court of North Carolina, at the June term, 1863,
  • This kind of freedom may coincide with the cruellest despotism and with the subjugation of the overwhelming majority of the people.
  • Some have long disputed the very idea of a frontier of ‘free land’ because of the presence of the numerous Indian peoples whose subjugation was required by the nation's westward march.
  • My escort explains that they are daman trails, in other words the trails worn by Turkoman raiders passing back and forth on their man-stealing expeditions, before their subjugation by the Russians. Around the World on a Bicycle - Volume II From Teheran To Yokohama
  • Your subsequent comments suggest that Zionism is sensitive to at least one of these: "I firmly believe that 'subjugation' of neighbouring peoples was not a goal or political philosophy driving the creation of a Jewish independent state. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • In that year, the conquest of the Incas in Peru gave the Spaniards strategic positions in the north and south for the subjugation and colonization of Colombia.
  • They were forced into roles impossible to fulfil in the context of the multiple subjugations by which they were dominated.
  • This gloomy picture I hold up, not as a prophecy of the fate we are doomed to incur, but only as descriptive of what the term subjugation unquestionably imports. A Discourse Before the General Assembly of South Carolina, on December 10, 1863: Appointed By the Legislature as a Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer
  • Virgil is shown working in a fast-food restaurant wearing janglers' bells on his head like a harlequin, the fool's cap of working youth's subjugation, but he exits to save the life of a rapper.
  • The oppressed must be made aware of their subjugation.
  • Set against the American Civil War, this city was the scene of another kind of slavery and subjugation.
  • For thousands of years the subjugation of the sensuous faculties has been regarded as a constitutive element of human reason and progress.
  • We say we know exactly what "moral" is: it is your unprincipled conscience in subjugation to irrational prejudice, in servitude to the mob, validated only by appeals to authority. Archive 2007-01-01
  • Firstly, because this formalistic approach overlooks some real-life dynamics, such as that under the old Stormont regime Catholics were not unequal in law - their subjugation was a matter of informal arrangements. Irish Blogs
  • Not content with the so-called subjugation of every terrestrial bog, rock, and moorland, he would fain discover some method of reclamation applicable to the ocean and the sky, that in due calendar time they might be brought to bud and blossom as the rose. Steep Trails
  • Elisée Reclus in his very interesting paper La Grande Famille7 gives support to the idea that the so-called domestication of animals did not originally arise from any forcible subjugation of them by man, but from a natural amity with them which grew up in the beginning from common interests, pursuits and affections. Pagan and Christian Creeds: Their Origin and Meaning
  • I do actually agree with the underlying aim of the article - two-fisted opposition to the EU and to Britain's subjugation by it.
  • Elisee Reclus in his very interesting paper La Grande Famille (1) gives support to the idea that the so-called domestication of animals did not originally arise from any forcible subjugation of them by man, but from a natural amity with them which grew up in the beginning from common interests, pursuits and affections. Pagan and Christian creeds: their origin and meaning
  • They are bravely resisting subjugation by their more powerful neighbours.
  • The issue of whether anything can truly be classified or characterized as innately “male” or innately “female” has never been definitively answered, even though Patriarchal structures throughout human history have either just made up answers to this question, or hoped desperately that science would provide something that would help them justify the abuse and subjugation of women and those perceived to be “like” women. Because You Have a Belly-Button
  • I encouraged them to denounce the callow subjugation of women and switch from heels to flats.
  • In human history, how did marriage evolve, and the subjugation of women?
  • In his own barnstorming days as a modern Jackie Milburn or Hughie Gallacher, Shearer required no guidance in the art of physical subjugation, and a striker he managed briefly and who scored for him, against Stoke has now taken up the tradition. From the TV sofa to the dugout: Alan Shearer plots grand return
  • Now that I have found the same word, on a situla giving it context in and around Trento, right along the line where the Rhaeti split into Latin and German speaking peoples after their subjugation in 15 BCE by Cæser Tiberius, I think I have a plausible theory for the origin of this famous inscription. Never judge a book by its nom de plume
  • Eve's deception by the serpent has been used to justify the subjugation of women in the Judeo-Christian tradition.

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