Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
There was a red mark on the neck that indicated forcible removal.
In 1985 the Government said it had suspended the policy of forcible removals.
Inside are two cement blocks to which they can chain themselves and delay their forcible removal from the site.
Purge, forcible removal of undesirable people from political activity, etc.
Non-whites living in urban areas who did not meet these criteria faced forcible removal.
"What you mean by eviction is forcible removal?"
This act authorized the forcible removal of squatting communities.
Either of those two servitors might, therefore, have had something to do with the forcible removal of Doug.
The advocates say they are girding themselves for the forcible removal of the tents' occupants.
By this time he viewed his duty as organization of the resistance and the forcible removal of Hitler.
Recognizing the difficulty of the issue, the court's intent to resolve it made forcible removal unnecessary and unwarranted.
Despite the belief held by many in those corridors of power that Picard himself should relinquish command, his forcible removal was not an option.
The Indian Removal Act of 1830 authorized forcible removal if necessary.
If the Lady were to be kept in obedience only by the forcible removal of the Tempter, what was the use of that?
The forcible removal or arrest itself is a part of the protest - it is designed to generate more interest, and, hopefully, sympathy for injustice.
We try forcible removal.
Technology and Weapons - An enhancement of the "educator", allowing the forcible removal of memories and skills.
There is certainly some irony in this, given that the organisation went on to plot the forcible removal of Premier Jack Lang from office.
The Somersett judgment, even if limited to prohibiting the forcible removal of slaves from England, established a radical precedent.
Sugiyama, a member of the Tōsei-ha, had from the beginning favored the forcible removal of the rebel occupation of the capital.
President Martin van Buren sent General Winfield Scott to lead the forcible removal.
Detasseling was a common practice in Iowa; it was the mass castration of corn plants by the forcible removal of their tassels.
The US State Department said it was "deeply concerned" by the violence and by the forcible removal of the hunger strikers.