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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of subjugate.
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- adj. reduced to submission
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This Muslim writer expresses the traditional view of Islam, that women should be subjugated, which is being implanted into America with increased numbers of Muslim immigrants — tens of thousands every year.
Etruscans, Volsci, Opici, Leucanians and Samnites, in one word subjugated the whole land bounded by the Alps and repulsed all the alien tribes that came against them.
Dio's Rome, Volume 2 An Historical Narrative Originally Composed in Greek During the Reigns of Septimius Severus, Geta and Caracalla, Macrinus, Elagabalus and Alexander Severus; and Now Presented in English Form. Second Volume Extant Books 36-44 (B.C. 69-44).
Bob Brown, leader of Australia's Green party, which supports Prime Minister Julia Gillard's minority government, has been among the most vocal critics, saying the deal would leave the Sydney-based exchange "subjugated" to Singapore.
Their whole point is that non-whites ARE deficient and therefore deserved to be subjugated which is what makes them racist.
The mayor, Dr. Arnold, was completely "subjugated," and, after consulting with him, I authorized him to assemble his City Council to take charge generally of the interests of the people; but warned all who remained that they must be strictly subordinate to the military law, and to the interests of the General Government.
But as the wax was now nearing its inevitable end, and the citizens were thoroughly "subjugated," those who wished to remain were allowed to do so.
[[btw. grapefruit, then and to this day, is FREAKIN 'AWESOME.]] and for the record ... i find the beat-'er-til-she's - "subjugated" ministry much more appalling than the anti-gay stuff.
a failure, peace had come without the intervention of a convention of the States, the South was "subjugated," the abolition of slavery accomplished, arbitrary arrests were forgotten, the professed fear of national bankruptcy had disappeared, and Seymour's prophetic gift was in eclipse.
"subjugated" States, did not include the vision that thrilled others, who saw the flag floating over every inch of American territory, now forever freed from slavery.
In 753 Pépin had made an expedition against the Britons of Armorica, had taken Vannes and "subjugated," add certain chroniclers, "the whole of
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