In contrast with the cases discussed above, where various conditions indicate supervisory sexual abuse of power to coerce
sex, Speaks v.
This, however, is a politics-first Taiwan's least preferred outcome, for, if it perceives that it is likely to be coerced by China, it would rather restrict trade (01) than have a politics-first China coerce
and then punish it (05), but it would prefer to fight and lose on the political issue (05) than to acquiesce willingly when coerced (03).
Planning committee member Coun Peter Douglas Osborn (Con, Weoley) said: "The attempts to lean on and coerce
officers is something I have not seen before in my eight years on this committee."
Dubai: Three men have been accused of kidnapping a worker and locking him up in a flat to coerce
his father to waive his ownership of a property in their home country.
Anwar has been charged with four counts of corruption in which he is said to have abused his office as deputy premier by instructing police to coerce
witnesses to retract allegations of his sexual misconduct.
The police in Tucker did not coerce
the defendant to make the statement and, therefore, did not violate his Fifth Amendment right against compelled self-incrimination.(22) The police did, however, violate the rules of the Miranda decision.
Anderson says it might be possible to coerce
these cells to make proteins including dozens of artificial amino acids, perhaps leading to novel drugs, industrial enzymes, and polymers with unique properties.
The court ordered further proceedings to determine of officials acted unreasonably when they characterized the prisoner's statements to an officer as an attempt to coerce
the officer into not enforcing a prison shaving rule.
How can we compel or coerce
[the enemy] to behave differently than he's behaving right now." Cynics might observe that the disastrous Vietnam War strategy devised by the "Best and Brightest" was based on the same idea: Escalations followed by bombing "pauses" were supposedly intended to modify the Hanoi regime's behavior.
Alas, they have neglected to consider the happiness of the tax-hiking state legislator and the activist toiling to coerce
the rest of us into changing our lives.
It is one more example of the arrogance of homosexual activists in their campaign to coerce
acceptance of their abominable lifestyle.
If that leader, ship succeeds in its efforts to coerce
financial support via the state and to get the American government to impose the Holy See's repressive codes on sexuality and morality, our country will be in deeper trouble than we can imagine.
Summary: Suspect denies charge, claims ex-wife's malicious complaint was made to coerce
him to drop custody case
Now, the same scientists have used genetic engineering techniques to coerce
more-complicated organisms into placing unnatural amino acids into proteins.
Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a public university cannot coerce
student participation in religious practices.