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The attack this week was deliberately coordinated to disrupt and violently subjugate the Congress.
Nature is still here, but it is often subjugated and ignored.
They struggled with feeling like a foreigner in their marital village, and often felt isolated, abandoned and that their voice was subjugated.
The country’s modern history has been shaped by a desire to reverse what in China is known as the “century of humiliation” — when the proud and previously powerful nation was subjugated by Western powers, Russia and Japan before the 1940s.
It does not help anyone to have a situation where there’s a whole generation of a workforce that feels so subjugated by their lack of access to clean water.
Every religion, in its origin, was a restraint invented by legislators who wished to subjugate the minds of the common people.
An attempt to subjugate these fierce tribes made by Pedro de Andia in 1538, failed.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
But she had absolutely nothing to subjugate except poor little Fairbridge.
THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
The conquering immigrant peoples subjugate the native races or crowd them back.
Cleopatra eagerly repeated, and the desire awoke to subjugate this man who had so confidently boasted of his power of resistance.

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