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  • noun Plural form of bondslave.

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Examples

  • 25: 43 You must not rule over him harshly, but you must fear your God. and "bondslaves", foreigners: • 25: 44 As for your male and female slaves who may belong to you, you may buy male and female slaves from the nations all around you.

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  • Quite a contrast with Sarah Teather who justified her exploitation of bondslaves interns by admitting that even with four staff she is letting the people of Brent down and not delivering on her forky tongued election promises.

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  • Quite a contrast with Sarah Teather who justified her exploitation of bondslaves interns by admitting that even with four staff she is letting the people of Brent down and not delivering on her forky tongued election promises.

    MPs Expenses: Is Standardisation the Way Forward?

  • To condemn or even to deplore them would be looked askance at in England, and would deal a grievous blow to our prestige: it would demonstrate not only that we are behind the times but also that our judgment is lightweight, undermining significantly the authority of the clergy which is regarded — rightly — as unlettered bondslaves to puerile literature in bad taste.

    Graham Greene's Vatican Dossier

  • To condemn or even to deplore them would be looked askance at in England, and would deal a grievous blow to our prestige: it would demonstrate not only that we are behind the times but also that our judgment is lightweight, undermining significantly the authority of the clergy which is regarded — rightly — as unlettered bondslaves to puerile literature in bad taste.

    Graham Greene's Vatican Dossier

  • Some they slew, and some they shared between them for bondslaves.

    Olaf the Glorious A Story of the Viking Age

  • You are bought with a price: be not made the bondslaves of men.

    The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Complete

  • You are bought with a price: be not made the bondslaves of men.

    The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Complete The Challoner Revision

  • You are bought with a price: be not made the bondslaves of men.

    The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Book 53: 1 Corinthians The Challoner Revision

  • "Do the bondslaves make much trouble here?" he asked.

    Men Called Him Master

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