coercive : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  serving or intended to coerce
    authority is directional instead of coercive

  • Jay Rockefeller in FOXNews
    On the other hand, I do know that coercive interrogations can lead detainees to provide false information in order to make the interrogation stop,said Rockefeller, DW.Va.
  • Michael Mukasey in Forbes
    To comment would be irresponsible "when there are people who are using coercive techniques and who are being authorized to use coercive techniques," Mukasey said.
  • President Bush in Washington Post
    The standing pattern is that appropriate conscience protections must be in place for health care entities, and that taxpayer dollars may not be used in coercive or involuntary family planning programs,Bush said in letters dated Thursday.

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