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  • All of the women were raped and forcedto marry soldiers and leaders of the terrorist group.

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  • Banh Mihave always been the cheapest lunchtime sandwich option, and while Midtownersare forcedto pay almost $8 at Boi To Go (2nd Ave.btw. 42+43rd), we canstill do it for $4 or less in Chinatown.

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  • When Vito escapes, the cuffs are still on so theshrinkis forcedto go with him.

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  • What pain one feels being forcedto the graveyardbefore death - I am suffering in that way.

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  • If you're going to take them from theirparents and then have them sleep in the office, that'snot a good living arrangement at all," said attorneyPaolo Annino, who has filed a lawsuit in north Floridaon behalf of nine children who claim they were forcedto sleep in service centers for as long as two weeks."

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  • The private plane flew about two miles into the restricted zone and then was forcedto land at nearby Lewis University Airport.

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  • But the gigs have already been hit with problems after they were forcedto scrap their planned date at the Hippodromo San Isidro in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 27 May (10).

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  • Because of this more than 40 commercial reactors haveexceeded their existing storage capacity and have been forcedto purchase expensive dry storage systems to safely store theexcess fuel.

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  • Christian ritualswere prohibited in the Roman Empire prior to the year 313 AD, and Christians were forcedto pray in secret in catacombs or in private homes.

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  • Prosecutors said they were told that any military intervention would result in the death of the remaining hostages, who were forcedto march through the mountainous jungle to a hostage camp protected by armed guards.

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