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No change of meaning or coercion

Formal

bncdoc.id JXH David Lee's classification W_ac_polit_law_edu bncdoc.author Hartley, William M bncdoc.date bncdoc.title Matrimonial conveyancing: a draftsman's handbook. bncdoc.info Matrimonial conveyancing: a draftsman's handbook. Sample containing about 28968 words from a book (domain: social science) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1975-1984 Text type Written books and periodicals

One could attempt to limit the " period of difficulty " to the two years by having a declaration of solvency ( if applicable ) sworn by the husband at the same time as he makes the conveyance ( see Chapter 10 , Precedent 81 ) and hope that that is acceptable to a prospective purchaser from the wife between the expiry of the two years and five year period . There is the further difficulty that mortgagees , in circumstances where there might have been a conveyance or transfer at less than full consideration ( whatever that is in a matrimonial context ) , are requiring indemnity insurance to protect the mortgagee for an amount equal to the advance ( see Halifax Building Society practice notes 1992 paras 22 and 25 ) . Insurers usually require a Statutory Declaration as to the solvency of the transferor husband at the time of the conveyance so the practitioner must consider whether or not it is practical to ask for this at the time of the conveyance ( see further Chapter 10 ) .

Spoken

bncdoc.id F87 David Lee's classification S_meeting bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title bncdoc.info [Church of Scotland: Report on Church funds]. Sample containing about 3638 words speech recorded in public context Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Spoken context-governed

What on earth has this got to do with my motion ? Simply this that any government of any colour , at any level , central or local and any organization charged with the responsibility of meeting the needs of elderly people which proceeds on the tacit assumption or makes the blatant assertion that there is no longer any poverty in Scotland is requiring to be contradicted because it is not true . I have n't used the word poverty I 've used a phrase about lack of financial resources because it relates more obviously and directly to many of the concerns of the Board for example almost certainly the real reason why there was no room in the inn at Bethlehem is that the income of a village carpenter did n't go near the exorbitant prices being charged by mine host when , to use the good Scots phrase , the cow calved and there was this boom over the crows for the census .

bncdoc.id KRH David Lee's classification S_brdcast_discussn bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title bncdoc.info Ideas in Action programmes (04): radio broadcast. Sample containing about 135254 words speech recorded in educational context Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Spoken context-governed

And lastly , Dudley , is maths a good subject for a job ? Yes , yes , it still is . Even when there are n't seemingly many jobs for anybody I think a mathematician is probably as well off as anybody to get a job , almost at every level . erm Indeed one of the sad things perhaps at the lowest level is how many jobs are requiring mathematical skills that , that perhaps twenty years ago were n't assumed . It 's very hard to find a job which does n't involve some interaction with machinery , with computing or whatever . And all this requires a certain level of mathematical skill . And at the more maths you know , I think , the easier it is perhaps to get a job , and perhaps to be able to choose an interesting field . There are n't many people who are actually spending their life doing maths .


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Coercion in sentence






bncdoc.id HBH David Lee's classification W_misc bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title Environmental Issues [company magazine]. bncdoc.info Environmental Issues [Rentokil company newsletter]. Sample containing about 16193 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

The first two games proved conclusive 5-O victories for the pest controllers . Straight after that they played the main Mill team , and again turned out comfortable winners with a 3 . O win . Rank Hovis were now(a) realising that the cup could be going out of their cabinet and straight into Rentokil 's , they decided to keep us playing and on came the warehouse lads , and Rentokil promptly achieved a 6-O victory . Then came the cleaning department and yet another sound performance a 4-1 victory . Finally came Rank Hovis management team . Despite calls of if Rentokil won , Rank would terminate the contract , Rentokil went on to a 7-O victory .

bncdoc.id HP2 David Lee's classification W_ac_soc_science bncdoc.author Smith, Harold L bncdoc.date 1986 bncdoc.title War and social change: British society in the Second World War. bncdoc.info War and social change: British society in the Second World War. Sample containing about 45904 words from a book (domain: social science) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Means testing was expensive , clumsy and time-wasting . With children constantly moving between evacuation and reception areas , endless administrative problems arose . By February 1940 (a) Board of Education officials were realising the futility of trying to operate pre-war means tests : for example , it might be difficult to trace the parents of an evacuated child . The London County Council had found that it simply was not worth trying to recover the cost of milk from the 25% of London parents whose income was high enough to make them liable for the full billeting contribution , since ` the few pounds they had succeeded in recovering over a period of several months were far less than the cost of its collection ' .




bncdoc.id B04 David Lee's classification W_non_ac_soc_science bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1992 bncdoc.title Animal welfare and the environment. bncdoc.info Animal welfare and the environment. Sample containing about 38867 words from a book (domain: world affairs) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

But Lillie 's theme in 1965 was conservation , so he was working on both topics simultaneously . Apparently he got to hear about a particularly tricky deal prepared by three Japanese whaling companies to come with quota proposals , and he knew that one of the companies was taking a very different view from the other two , and he hoped that there could be a divide-and-rule situation set up . He found , for example , that one company was (tense) realising that the whaling situation had been allowed to become a terrible indictment of all those involved in the industry , the Governments concerned and the International Whaling Commission , but I am afraid to say that it was the attitudes of the other two companies that prevailed in Japan for the ensuing years . In 1972 the United Nations called for a ten-year moratorium on all commercial whaling to be enacted through the IWC .

Coercion in context

Formal

bncdoc.id ABD David Lee's classification W_pop_lore bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1991-19-19 bncdoc.title The Economist. bncdoc.info The Economist. Sample containing about 57353 words from a periodical (domain: commerce) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Put together , argue those concerned with America 's financial muscle , California 's Security Pacific , New York 's Bankers Trust and a super-regional , NCNB ( formerly North Carolina National Bank ) . Presto : you have a bank with $250 billion in assets to outrank all but half-a-dozen of Japan 's mightiest . For now(a) , such notions of bigness play well in political circles but thankfully not in all banking ones . Commercial banks everywhere are realising that profitable banks may become big , but not the other way round . Many are pulling back from international markets . And most bankers have come to understand that their trade is in fact a collection of diverse lines of business , each with its own and quite different economies of scale . Yet banks ' most compelling concern is access to precious capital , and mergers could prove one of the quickest ways to get it .

bncdoc.id CEF David Lee's classification W_non_ac_soc_science bncdoc.author Davies, Philippa bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title Status: what it is and how to achieve it. bncdoc.info Status: what it is and how to achieve it. Sample containing about 37485 words from a book (domain: belief and thought) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

They 'll justify their behaviour by saying that the interviewee needs to perform well under pressure to do the job ( odd that most of Sir Robin 's victims were politicians , though … ) . They 'll ask two-part questions : ` What made you leave then , and why did you choose to move to -- ? ' : leading questions : ` The company was in a terrible mess then -- what part do you think your department played ? ' ; and ` why ? ' questions which require justification and can be asked ad infinitum : ` Why did (t) you change jobs then ? ' ` I wanted more of a challenge . ' ` Why ? ' ` I was n't realising my potential . ' ` Why ? ' … and so on . If this type of interviewer senses a weak spot he or she will hang on in there -- mercilessly . The creep The insecurity that the interviewer experiences may cause them to smile manically ; to talk too much , when he or she should be able to take responsibility for pauses ; to do a really hard sell on behalf of the company ; to over-react with approval to the interviewee , giving them , unfairly , the impression that they 've got the job .

Informal

bncdoc.id CHA David Lee's classification W_pop_lore bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1992-95 bncdoc.title New Musical Express. bncdoc.info New Musical Express. Sample containing about 83385 words from a periodical (domain: arts) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Let's frock ! ` Any unusual ability in a woman instantly raised a charge of witchcraft … Sometimes the accusation of witchcraft was a form of punishment for women who were too vocal about their disillusionment with men … Women of outstanding reputation in any field were at risk , since almost any women 's accomplishment could be defined as witchcraft . ' The Women 's Encyclopedia Of Myths And Secrets ` This thing has been smouldering for years and now (d) it 's finally broken through . I think women are realising their own aggressive side -- a side that has always been suppressed before . ' -- Lesley , Silverfish Incantrix … lamia … femina saga … maga malefica … sortilega … venefica … fascinatrix … screech-owl … pixidria … There were hundreds of exotic handles used in the Middle Ages to describe a witch . All you had to do to qualify for torture , persecution and death was to be a female who dared step out of line with patriarchal society .
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