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Two have been charged with counts listed as federal crimes of terrorism, relating to destruction of government property to intimidate or coerce the government.
Pregnant people have historically been considered a “vulnerable” population—a designation also applied to groups, such as children and the incarcerated, who may be coerced into participating in research.
Once you find the ghost’s favorite room, you may need to coerce them to come out since some are camera shy.
Any organization that feels coerced into paying a ransom should, at a minimum, analyze the potential risks of sanctions, especially if Bitcoin payments eventually find their way to a terrorist organization.
She moved with her three kids to a new state and connected with a nonprofit that supports survivors of coerced debt and domestic violence.
This Constitution does not attempt to coerce sovereign bodies, States, in their political capacity.
It guides, it need not coerce or necessitate, though it may.
To coerce them into a reluctant self-denial could be no possible object to him either of wish or hope.
Hopeless to search further among empty swamps and forests, to grope at large in this hushed wilderness, to coerce a jungle.
Hume, though we have found him censuring the conduct of Franklin, was opposed to any attempt to coerce America.

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