Beyond that, the justices also had to weigh whether an expansion of the federal-state Medicaid program amounted to coercion.
Based on what we know about bullying and suicide, it should have been easy to predict how Balawi would respond to coercion.
There is no coercion or identification of the town, city, or state with a particular god, or indeed with any god.
This was cowardly and provided evidence that coercion could be successful.
One brave mother from Latin America describes her search and confrontation with corruption, coercion, and organized crime.
To the angry voices which their spokesmen uplifted no heed need be paid, and passive resistance could be overcome by coercion.
coercion first annihilates the understanding of its victim, and then of him who adopts it.
Although excluding all idea of coercion, yet it cannot be uniformly justified.
I wouldn't be surprised if he wouldn't bring in a coercion bill at any minute.
It is, apparently, the 221most primary application of force or coercion.
early 15c., from Old French cohercion (Modern French coercion), from Medieval Latin coercionem, from Latin coerctionem, earlier coercitionem, noun of action from past participle stem of coercere (see coerce).