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compulsory military service

noun as in Selective Service

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They had three years together before Ziad left to do his compulsory military service, leaving on her birthday, April 4, 2001.

Israel has thrived during the global collapse—thanks to an entrepreneurial culture built on compulsory military service.

We have adopted in this war the policy of compulsory military service.

The immediate abolition of all forms of compulsory military service.

So the boys grow up, in a busy, monotonous life, until they are called upon to subject themselves to compulsory military service.

It cannot be denied, however, that compulsory military service does interfere with the power of the individual to do as he likes.

Could any other living man have persuaded the British nation to accept universal compulsory military service as he did last year?

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