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And thou didst bow thyself to women: and by thy body thou wast brought under subjection.
Nicholson and John Lawrence were there; could they hold those warrior-tribes in subjection, or, better still, in leash?
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
With this political subjection one is reluctant to associate a more sordid kind of obligation.
The law is immoral: it is the conspiracy of rulers and priests against the workers, to continue their subjection.
But the most important event in this stage of evolution was the subjection of the plant world to man.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
The two Kings abode long in Denmark that summer, and brought the land into subjection; the autumn to them was in Jutland.
When the Earl came to England plundered he there, & brought the land into subjection under him wheresoever he went.
“Fine writing,” the subjection of noble words to ignoble service, is to be avoided.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
Tacitus states that the Britons were not a free people, but were under subjection to many different kings.
The act was enforced to the utmost, and small as Gage's force was, it was sufficient to keep the town in subjection.

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