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“He hopes that will compell others into action as well.”
“Listening to the interviews, however, it's clear that this "investigation" didn't even require people to swear under oath, nor could Kroger actually compell Adams to turn over his cell phone, laptop computer, etc. in a timely fashion.”
“As we have discussed, all this does is compell people to spend more for housing in good school districts.”
“The global aviation system will continue to be a compell ...”
“Does the fact that America is arming and supporting one side, compell us, as American citizens, to the more difficult task of assessing our own culpability, before we may consider judging anyone else or their behaviors?”
“They only need to explain why it might be unwise to compell them to provide the information.”
“Certain criminalization supporters have even suggested that high penalties are important and good because they'd allow law enforcement officials to compell trafficked women to testify against their captors in exchange for relaxed punishment -- an emotionally trying and highly dangerous predicament, potentially jeopardizing the women and their families, with an overworked public defender as their lonely guide to the legal system.”
“It is a force so powerful, so overwhelming, that it can compell a woman to put up with them.”
“They will employ tactics to compell you into this tempation, one that will at least certainly delay your departure from Level 2.”
“They shared they asked these middle class party school student-athletes to tank, to not try, for they WERE so disfavored and this woudl compell these boarderline white trash kids to fall on their own swords.”
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