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I couldn't take hospital regimentation, and some of the doctors were so anxious to sleep with me that they got me some snap jobs.
THE FIVE ARROWSALLAN CHASE
The fears of a regimentation of opinion by an “official” journal and publishing house have proved groundless.
AN AMERICAN RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTWINFRED ERNEST DOUGLAS
For mental health a man has to be assured of his free will, and over-regimentation is deadly in any society.
SAND DOOMWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
Under all its mask of machinery and instruction, the German regimentation of the poor was the relapse of barbarians into slavery.
A SHORT HISTORY OF ENGLANDG. K. CHESTERTON
Suppose we stop moralizing, suppose we reduce regimentation, suppose we begin to define our terms.
PHILOSOPHY AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEMWILL DURANT
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