compulsorily

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It was often compulsorily closed and the students dispersed.

Domestic animals may be highly bred from outside, compulsorily.

She might be compulsorily a Mahala, yet was still, at heart, a white woman.

Our bad habits were compulsorily in abeyance: the "good tables" were gone.

It was not difficult to recognize them for two of the compulsorily retired officers of the Old Guard.

It does not only follow the type involuntarily and compulsorily, but does not know that it is following it.

As has been said before, nobody likes to play the compulsorily generous role of scab.

It was not difficult to recognise them for two of the compulsorily retired officers of the Old Guard.

As already mentioned, the overseers had large powers of compulsorily apprenticing the children of the poor.

Thus ten months of the year at least he lived protesting, and many with him, compulsorily.

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