coercive


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Synonyms for coercive

accomplished by force

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serving or intended to coerce

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U N Special Rapporteur on the negative impact of the unilateral coercive measures on the enjoyment of human rights, Idriss Jazairy, speaks in a press conference held in Khartoum on 30 November 2015 (ST Photo)
The award is for the granting of service of coercive collection of all income tax, financial and any other income attributable to the Entity.
In his final chapter, McKay assesses the triumphs and failures of coercive measures as carried out through air power.
But Sandra Horley, chief executive of domestic violence charity Refuge, said her organisation opposes criminalisation of coercive control.
It soon gave way to renewed reliance on coercive diplomacy during the Reagan administration.
Under existing laws, non-violent coercive and controlling behaviour comes under legislation that covers stalking and harassment.
However, in some countries, people living with HIV, people with disabilities, indigenous peoples, ethnic minorities, and transgender and intersex people are sterilised without their full, free and informed consent and others may also be at risk of coercive sterilisation, such as those with drug dependence.
He said that it was unfortunate that some people, even today, believed in coercive tactics, while at the same time beating the drum of democracy and elections.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court Monday restrained the Excise & Taxation Department from any coercive action against Gymkhana Club, Lahore, over non-payment of property tax.
Coercive administrative measures have been imposed on a total of 30, and seven of them are suspected of having ties with terrorist organizations," he declared, as cited by the Focus news agency.
The following process was used, applying diagnostic parameters such as the usage of hardness, coefficient of hardness variation, coercive force, metal's magnetic memory and acoustic emission.
FORMER Delhi BJP president Vijender Gupta's failure to appear in a criminal defamation case filed against him by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit angered a Delhi court which on Monday warned of coercive action.
The study found more support for such strategies as menu labeling and improved access to nicotine patches than "more coercive measures" such as insurance premium surcharges.
Justice Elizabeth Dunne made the orders following her finding that Sean Jnr, his father and Peter Darragh Quinn had failed to adequately comply with a series of coercive orders made by her aimed at unwinding the scheme to strip assets valued at up to EUR500million from the Quinn family's international property group.
In both cases the Council delegated a portion of its coercive title to independent tribunal agents, thereby overriding the default locus of punishment in the world order: sovereign states.