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The conquerors, having disarmed the conquered, have imposed their economic conditions, their absurd moralities and territorial humiliations, as those imposed on Bulgaria, Turkey and Hungary, conditions which are sufficiently difficult to be maintained.

Nullification grew out of the tariffs which Congress had imposed.

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Considering, too, that you had the materials imposed upon you, and that you did not select them from the rude world as H. did, I hope to see many more such from your hand.

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Hence unusual taxes were imposed and the property of the well-to-do was not left intact.

Hence, though some of you previously through ignorance of which was better may have been deceived by the alluring announcements of the Romans, yet now that you have tried both you have learned how great a mistake you made by preferring a self-imposed despotism to your ancestral mode of life.

Unwilling to be imposed upon, I remonstrated; and we split the difference with our "smart" landlady.

"Resolved, that the blacks and mulattoes who may be residents within this State have no constitutional right to present their petitions to the General Assembly for any purpose whatsoever; and that any reception of such petitions on the part of the General Assembly is a mere act of privilege or policy, and not imposed by any expressed or implied power of the Constitution!"

Three very powerful cities, the chief ones of Etruria, (Volsinii, Perusia, and Arretium,) sued for peace; and having stipulated with the consul to furnish clothing and corn for his army, on condition of being permitted to send deputies to Rome, they obtained a truce for forty years, and a fine was imposed on each state of five hundred thousand asses,[Footnote: ÂŖ1614.

The loss of Sicily and Sardinia grieved the high spirit of Hamilcar: for he deemed that Sicily had been given up through a premature despair of their affairs; and that Sardinia, during the disturbances in Africa, had been treacherously taken by the Romans, while, in addition, the payment of a tribute had been imposed.

The Gauls, though they had heard that the war was directed against Italy, yet because there was a report that the Spaniards on the other side of the Pyrenees had been reduced by force, and that strong forces had been imposed on them, being roused to arms through the fear of slavery, assembled certain tribes at Ruscino.

Scipio, when with a hostile army he had invaded the state of the Ilergetes, forsaken by the author of their revolt, and having driven them all into Athanagia, which was the capital of that nation laid siege to the city; and within a few days, having imposed the delivery of more hostages than before, and also fined the Ilergetes in a sum of money, he received them back into his authority and dominion.

Still the unknown traveller hesitated, in the manner of one who fears he might overstep discretion, by obtruding beyond the limits imposed by modesty.

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"By which an oath and penalty was to be imposed upon the members.

"Mortals whose pleasures are their only care, First wish to be imposed on, and then are.

"Aristotle, in his Poetics, uses metaphor in this extended sense, for any figurative meaning imposed upon a word; as the whole put for a part, or a part for the whole; a species for the genus, or the genus for a species.

This continued in force until king Chindaswind, impressed with the abuses to which it had given rise, decreed that in such cases the obligation imposed by others should be void unless the patient should afterwards ratify it when in a sound state of mind.

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The Saxon Alfred had been dethroned by the British Arthur, and the conquered Welsh had imposed their fictitious genealogies upon the dynasty of the conquerors.

But the agitation was set on foot, and was based on a rational argument that the conditions enacted by the Ordinance amounted to a rather cruel kind of slavery imposed upon unusually intelligent Asiatics.

Although his reserve irritates me, and I often regret his concessions to the prudery of the age,no, not of the age but of librarians,I cannot but feel that his concessions, for I suppose I must call them concessions, are to a certain extent self-imposed, regretfully, perhaps ...

As a matter of fact, as we afterward learned, that is one of her many self-imposed offices, for, having been in the Mistral household for many years, she has long since been as much a family friend as a servant, and generally looks after the Master and Mme.

In his stern, self-imposed apprenticeship of phrase-making he had prepared himself for these workmanlike methods by the practice of rewriting his trial stories into dramas and then reworking them into stories again.

There was something superb in those simple, self- confident, normal men, who made no fuss, but obeyed orders, or gave them, with a spirit of discipline which belonged to their own souls and was not imposed by a self-conscious philosophy.

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Mrs. Scudder considered the Doctor as a superior being, possessed by a holy helplessness in all things material and temporal, which imposed on her the necessity of thinking and caring for him, and prevising the earthly and material aspects of his affairs.

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Impressed with this idea, he stared wildly around; he called aloud the name of Mithridates; he shouted orders to imaginary troops; he struggled to break away from the restraints which the attendants about his bedside imposed, to attack the phantom foes which haunted him in his dreams.

The Romans, in order to protect themselves from any danger which might threaten their own liberties from the immense armies which they raised for the conquest of foreign nations, had imposed on every side very strict limitations and restrictions in respect to the approach of these armies to the Capitol.

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Still more insupportable than the oppression of these petty tyrants, was the restraint of conscience which was imposed without distinction on all the Protestants of that kingdom.

On the other hand, it cannot be contended that the Pax Ottomana brought prosperity or happiness to those on whom it was imposed (unless indeed they submerged their identity in the religion of their conquerors), or that its Influence was either vivifying or generally popular.

Bulgaria had to obey, and on March 3, 1886, a barren treaty of peace was imposed on the belligerents at Bucarest.

There was no national dynasty on whom the leadership of the country would naturally devolve after the first successful revolution against Turkish rule, there was not even any aristocracy left, and no foreign ruler was ever asked for by the Serbs or was ever imposed on them by the other nations as in the case of Greece, Rumania, and Bulgaria.

He imposed his language and religion upon the native Anatolian peasantry, as the Greek had imposed his before him, and in time adopted their sedentary life, though too late to repair the mischief his own nomadism had wrought.

He imposed his language and religion upon the native Anatolian peasantry, as the Greek had imposed his before him, and in time adopted their sedentary life, though too late to repair the mischief his own nomadism had wrought.

The rich apostasized, because too heavy a material sacrifice was imposed upon them by loyalty to their national religion; the destitute, because they could not fail to improve their prospects by adhering to the privileged faith.

Serbia maintained that the veto imposed by Austria upon her expansion to the Adriatic, in coincidence with Bulgaria's unexpected gains on the Maritsa to which Serbian arms had contributed, invalidated the secret treaty of the previous summer, and she announced her intention of retaining the Monastir district and the line of the Salonika railway as far as the future frontier of Greece.

Our review of outstanding problems reveals indeed the inconclusiveness of the settlement imposed at Bucarest; but this only witnesses to the wisdom of the Greek nation in reaffirming its confidence in Venezelos at the present juncture, and recalling him to power to crown the work which he has so brilliantly carried through.

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'That will not be the case [i.e. you will not be imposed on] if you go to a stately shop, as I always do,' iv.

This speech was received with great approbation, and all, congratulating me and praising the gods, performed the duties imposed upon them.

Every day they made fresh demands, imposed fresh conditions; they did not wish to have peaceand thenI had declared publicly to all France that I would not submit to humiliating terms, although the enemy were on the heights of Montmartre."

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It made him hate what he had left, and all that was like it, with the bitterness of one who has been imposed upon, and has been led to commit himself to what he now feels to be absurd and contemptible, and the bitterness of this disappointment gave an edge to all his work.

And this was the first appearance in the present reign of ship-moneya taxation which had once been imposed by Elizabeth, on a great emergency, but which, revived and carried further by Charles, produced the most violent discontent.

"So you were imposed on, too," he said at last.

"No, I wasn't imposed on," I said tartly.

Before long he did more; he became resigned, and, continuing all the while to give La Tremoille occasional proofs of his former favor, he fully accepted De Richemont's influence and the new direction which the constable imposed upon his government.

It would be impossible to touch here upon these difficult and delicate questions without going far beyond the limits imposed upon the writer of this history.

But ere long, Mr. Pitt resumed office under the title of Lord Chatham, and with office he adopted other views as to the taxes to be imposed; in vain he sought to disguise them under the form of custom-house duties; the taxes on tea, glass, paper, excited in America the same indignation as the stamp-tax.

It is the even-going routine of institutional life which affords the indispensable quieting effectprovided that routine is well ordered, and not defeated by annoyances imposed by ignorant or indifferent doctors and attendants.

They appear to imagine that the ideal of constancy was a yoke mysteriously imposed on mankind by the devil, instead of being, as it is, a yoke consistently imposed by all lovers on themselves.

They appear to imagine that the ideal of constancy was a yoke mysteriously imposed on mankind by the devil, instead of being, as it is, a yoke consistently imposed by all lovers on themselves.

The great restraint her presence imposed in some way suspended, or broke their effect, and he turned from the gate with a half-uttered moan of anguish.

But the strict observances imposed on Tinneh or DÊnÊ women at such times were designed at the same time to protect the women themselves from the evil consequences of their dangerous condition.

She had browbeaten fourteen salespeople, bullyragged a floor-walker, argued victoriously with a milliner, laid down the law to a modiste, nipped in the bud a taxi chauffeur's attempt to overcharge her, made a street car conductor stop the car in the middle of a block for her, discharged her maid and engaged another, and otherwise refused to allow herself to be imposed upon.

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There is also reason to believe that foreigners frequently become citizens of the United States for the sole purpose of evading duties imposed by the laws of their native countries, to which on becoming naturalized here they at once repair, and though never returning to the United States they still claim the interposition of this Government as citizens.

It is not claimed that the election has imposed a duty on members to change their views or their votes any further than, as an additional element to be considered, their judgment may be affected by it.

The diminution in the revenue arising from the great diminution of duties under what is commonly called the compromise act necessarily involves the Treasury in embarrassments, which have been for some years palliated by the temporary expedient of issuing Treasury notesan expedient which, affording no permanent relief, has imposed upon Congress from time to time the necessity of replacing the old by a new issue.

Relying, as I am bound to do, on the representatives of a people rendered illustrious among nations by having paid off its whole public debt, I shall not shrink from the responsibility imposed upon me by the Constitution of pointing out such measures as will in my opinion insure adequate relief.

Even the style of the eighteenth century was not quite his ideal; it was too elegant; there was an artificial neatness about the form which imposed itself upon the substance, and degraded it.

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White men are the only persons who have imposed on us, and we say that we love our red brother, the Rev. WILLIAM APES, who preaches to us, and have all the confidence in him that we can put in any man, knowing him to be a devout Christian, of sound mind, of firm purpose, and worthy to be trusted by reason of his truth.

I hope we shall not have to call upon the State to protect us, but if we are imposed upon in this manner, we believe we shall.

It is impossible to give you the details of wrongs imposed upon the Indians.

I ask the inhabitants of New England generally, how their fathers bore laws, much less oppressive, when imposed upon them by a foreign government.

Their condition was growing more and more intolerable; excessive exactions were imposed upon them; their industry was crippled by taxation; they wished to have the Overseers discharged.

It was with reluctance that he reflected upon the different standard imposed by sex.

If, however, government bureaucrats paralyze individuals’ ability to confront the challenges imposed by the coronavirus, then the modern world as we know it could well end up in the Stone Age.

Internationally, the ideology and the political system that the party has imposed upon China is fundamentally different from, and is in conflict with, those of the democracies.

In the bill, which was later passed, the House approved ranching in place of open grazing and imposed fines and other punishment for those who flout the law.

The facility for filing applications online for renewal of licences issued by the Rubber Board has been extended till 10 days after lifting of lock down imposed because of COVID-19 pandemic.

Tony Blair's 'New Deal' imposed much more stringent conditions on unemployment benefit - rebranded as Jobseekers Allowance - than before.

Trump administration announced it would raise the Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs, originally imposed in 2018, on imports of steel and aluminum derivatives.

But Justice LeBlanc’s order was self-limiting in time to construction deadlines that were not seriously disputed by the parties, and the only burden imposed on the appellants, in addition to carrying out their obligations, was the duty to report.

Canada is a settler colony, and the most important rivals to the ecological organization imposed by the ruling class is that of the First Nations.

Companies are going under, across Canada, because of tariffs that have been imposed by our largest trading partner.

Defence counsel referred the Court to cases wherein a Suspended sentence was imposed.

During the week of July 16 the United Nations Security Council imposed an arms embargo against Juba.

During this time electricity was intermittent, phones were often down, and banks imposed a limit on the amount that could be withdrawn.

EDMONTON - Stefan Horlastch visited Edmonton this afternoon to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Holodomor, the 1932-33 famine-genocide imposed by Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, which killed 10 million Ukrainians.

Even when there is a marked increase in the seriousness of the crime committed, there should not be too great a "jump" in the length of the sentence imposed.

Even without a single gramme of imposed pressure or traction, the mere alteration of thought or attention can facilitate fascial movement.

Even with the ending of the extemes of violence imposed by the Khmer Rouge under the leadership of Pol Pot and others, including the current prime minister, periodic outbreaks of murder and lesser violence have continued to plague the nation.

Extradition is the process by which Canada surrenders an individual to a partner country for the purpose of prosecuting the person, imposing a sentence on this person, or enforcing a sentence that has already been imposed.

First, we studied the flow over a standard 2D transverse dune geometry, then bedform three-dimensionality was imposed.

For several weeks at the end of 2017, the Saudi coalition imposed a blockade on Yemeni ports that it said was to prevent Houthis from importing weapons.

It was also during this time that Poland began to lift some of the heavy political pressures imposed by the Soviet Union, mainly due to the death of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in 1953.

Letters of reprimand or warning shall be removed from the Member's Principal Personal File when no further penalties have been imposed on the Member for eighteen months from the date of the reprimand or warning.

This civil penalty may be either in addition to, or in lieu of, any other liability or penalty which may be imposed.