A wasteful expense of energy and labour was frequently the consequence; Frances toiled for and with her pupils like a drudge, but it was long ere her conscientious exertions were rewarded by anything like docility on their part, because they saw that they had power over her, inasmuch as by resisting her painful attempts to convince, persuade, control--by forcing her to the employment of coercive
measures--they could inflict upon her exquisite suffering.
In political practice, therefore, they join in all coercive
measures against the working class; and in ordinary life, despite their high falutin phrases, they stoop to pick up the golden apples dropped from the tree of industry, and to barter truth, love,and honour for traffic in wool, beetroot-sugar, and potato spirits.
A mind occupied with the prejudices of the old coercive
despotism can naturally only see in the new a modification of the old, instead of, as my system is, an entire reversal or abandonment of it.
As he rubs himself upon a large jack-towel, blowing like a military sort of diver just come up, his hair curling tighter and tighter on his sunburnt temples the more he rubs it so that it looks as if it never could be loosened by any less coercive
instrument than an iron rake or a curry-comb--as he rubs, and puffs, and polishes, and blows, turning his head from side to side the more conveniently to excoriate his throat, and standing with his body well bent forward to keep the wet from his martial legs, Phil, on his knees lighting a fire, looks round as if it were enough washing for him to see all that done, and sufficient renovation for one day to take in the superfluous health his master throws off.
A MAN accused of removing phone lines to stop a woman calling 999 has admitted controlling and coercive
The Justice and Home Affairs Council has adopted today Council conclusions on alternatives to coercive
sanctions for drug using offenders.
Draft measures addressing controlling or coercive
behaviour and the responsibility to disclose whether a partner has a history of violence have not been introduced.
ALMOST half of Welsh police officers have not been trained to implement a new law making coercive
and controlling behaviour a crime, a freedom of information request shows.
The team was interested in the specific type of violence the mothers had experienced in their marriages: coercive
controlling violence or situational couple violence.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court on Wednesday stopped the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) from taking any coercive
measures against singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan over alleged tax evasion charges.
Meanwhile, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, in a statement in Srinagar strongly condemned the arbitrary and coercive
act of raiding the house of Syed Salahuddin and summoning of his grandson, Muzamil Ahmed Khan, to New Delhi by the NIA.
Summary: The only possible way to deter Kim is through coercive
diplomacy that compels him to freeze his nuclear programme at something like its current level