(1) It is a victory for the MP, who has been urging the government to bring in new laws making it a crime to aid and abet or coerce a forced marriage.(2) The following is a letter from a woman who police attempted to coerce false testimony from.(3) I know, I know, I can't coerce anyone into liking cats, but all I ask is that you please have an open mind about the species.(4) The implicit rule seems to be that when chiefs speak, you must make yourself listen to them; they do not need to persuade or coerce you to listen.(5) The alleged intention was to coerce privatisation of the national oil company into the hands of the foreign investor group.(6) She linked it back to the government's ability to coerce statements out of key intelligence officials for their own political ends.(7) Constitutionally, the Treasury cannot coerce us into any action.(8) A strong family member, for example, might coerce the votes of weaker members of the family.(9) Most of these groups employed threats to coerce people into making transactions or to derive benefit.(10) The movie is full of wit and stuff that would coerce a chuckle out of anyone, from teenagers to adults.(11) What industries will step forward next and try to coerce consumerism when they can't win it fairly in the so-called free market?(12) It could try to coerce conformity or it could become tolerant.(13) For one thing, films basically force you to identify with characters; novels can't coerce you in the same way.(14) She's being held in civil contempt, because they want to coerce her into talking.(15) All kinds of groups use fear to terrorize the loners and coerce fealty from those who don't want to be a target.(16) Mischa pressed the dagger enough to coerce him to let go of her.