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  • n. Plural form of enslavement.

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Examples

  • It is my argument that a pious fraud has been perpetrated so as to subject mankind to the most humiliating of intellectual enslavements.

    The Beethoven Delusion

  • That is why the truly horrific human atrocities of history - the enslavements, the inquisitions, the terrorisms, the genocides - have been perpetrated not in hot blood, but in cold; not as a result of urgent feelings, but in the name of a transcendent ideology and as a result of painstaking indoctrination.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • This body could express its regrets for over a millennium of jihad wars, land expropriations, enslavements, and humiliations of the conquered non-Muslim populations on three continents.

    OBAMAFICATION

  • That is why the truly horrific atrocities in human history — the enslavements, the inquisitions, the terrorisms, the genocides — have been perpetrated not in hot blood but in cold: not as a result of urgent and immanent feeling but in the name of a transcendent ideology and as a result of painstaking indoctrination.

    Eradicating the 'Little Satan'

  • “We defend our enslavements,” said an unknown philosopher, “as if they were our freedoms.”

    Egonomics

  • And before disappearing, it will have charged to its account a weight of suffering both unimaginable and futile, massacres and famines, enslavements and tyrannies.

    It Never Changes

  • Over at The Volokh Conspiracy, David Kopel reminds us that it was 15 years ago today that the Soviet Union ceased to exist, bringing to an end a 70 year era that saw the death of hundreds of millions and the enslavements of millions more.

    An Anniversary Worth Celebrating

  • I can't stick with the guy through the battles and enslavements if he has no perspective and sense of irony about himself, his failures, and his weaknesses.

    HH Com 397

  • The greatest hopes are dashed, but some of the worst terrors and inner enslavements are dispelled.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

  • The Republican party's platform of 1952 went so far as to denounce the Yalta agreements on the ground that they had secretly aided 'Communist enslavements.'

    Neoconservative History

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