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  • v. Present participle of enslave.


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  • I believe Sherman was referring to a class of people who believed in enslaving and torturing another class of people.

    #200 for Abe the Warmonger « Blog

  • This really pisses me off about the Liberal ideology … you believe in enslaving people to the government yet when the time comes the very enslaving government is unable to provide help.

    Censoring the news « BuzzMachine

  • He succeeded in enslaving twelve millions of people for one year, and then his power began to decline, and what can he do now with his confederacy?

    The Nation's Sacrifice

  • But this also falls apart under closer scrutiny as there was direct evidence of the moral failure of the idea of enslaving and exploiting another human being once again, not addressed until HALFWAY THROUGH the conflict while in the case of Iraq, there have only been assumptions and beliefs, and very little credible evidence.


  • So far from evolution lifting us above the idea of enslaving men, it was providing us at least with a logical and potential argument for eating them.

    What I Saw in America

  • What they weren't were people who were thrilled by the idea of enslaving humanity under the rule of Joseph

    The Full Feed from

  • He occasionally touches on the idea of enslaving the human race and the usual super-villain stuff, but he's mostly on the run from a group of vampire hunters -- his descendant, Frank Drake; Abraham Van Helsing's granddaughter, Rachel; and Jonathan and Mina Harker's son, Quincy.

    Mania News Feed

  • For hundreds of years an American majority found little that was troubling in the idea of enslaving other people, and the Supreme Court's affirmation of that popular will (Dred Scott) now stands as one of the most shameful chapters in its history.

    Freezerbox Magazine

  • And what you describe I call fascist rightists! ” Then we agree that the “bad characteristics”, such as enslaving people and destroying people†™ s right to free expression and free action within the constraints of civil society are indeed “BAD”.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast AM: July 7, 2006

  • I don't buy into the conspiracy theories about the government "enslaving" us.

    WBUR and NPR - On Point with Tom Ashbrook


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