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the state of being under the control of another person

the practice of owning slaves

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work done under harsh conditions for little or no pay

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'Those who are threatened and compelled to disown the union are then treated as slave workers within their own country.
The Nazis forbade any spiritual instruction or support for the slave workers, fearing it might interfere with their indoctrination.
Still, other species are slave-makers raiding the nests of other ants and bearing away the larvae to rear and use as slave workers in their own nests.
They are treating slave workers as if they were tungsten screws getting lost down the back of the building site, not to mention countless other human rights violations.
Maybe Mittal enterprises could fund that with the money siphoned away from Kazakhstani slave workers working in coal mine and gas refineries?
The majority no longer believe that Cyprus is a democracy, no longer see any possibility of a Cyprob solution, no longer trust Brussels to be other than Shylock-like money lenders who helped return islanders to what they were under colonial powers -- slave workers paying interest on loans and high taxes to fatten their taskmaster's treasury.
The cruelty which Epps unleashes on his slave workers, Patsey in particular, is unimaginable.
There is a film called "I am slave" which ends on the chilling note that there are 5,000 slave workers in London city alone.
"There was no spare time, and the only socialising was between fellow slave workers."
Slave workers have to care for the brood in parasite nests, bring food to their masters and feed them, and even defend the nest.
"The slave workers were forced to live outdoors and were treated terribly, and of course they were watched by members of the SS," said Ursula Hess of her father, who besides being a soldier, judge and "sportsman," had once been a concert violinist.
He spent the night there on two occasions and experienced at first-hand the cruelty of a place where slave workers, had been sentenced to death through labor.
Last year, mobile inspection teams freed 1,026 slave workers from cattle ranches in 85 operations, marking it as the sector with the second highest number of victims freed from slave labor in Brazil.