- An unconditional love is love without coercion.
- Leadership by coercion would not produce the results we see.
- Certainly there are downsides to leadership by coercion and force.
- If you don't listen to us, we will have to resort to coercion.
- Use of harassment, coercion and undue influence
- Also Boliden’s claim of coercion against KME was not proven.
- Those are practices using harassment, coercion, including the use of physical force, and undue influence.
- This means a commercial practice uses harassment, coercion, including physical force, or undue influence.
- The claim of coercion made by Halcor against KME, Outokumpu, Wieland and Mueller could not be demonstrated.
- In determining whether a commercial practice uses harassment, coercion, including the use of physical force, or undue influence, account shall be taken of:
- A practice is considered aggressive if the average consumer's freedom of choice or conduct is significantly impaired. This means a commercial practice uses harassment, coercion, including physical force, or undue influence.
- 50 % in proportion to the number of third-country nationals who have actually left the territory of the Member State following an administrative or judicial order to leave, whether undertaken voluntarily or under coercion over the previous three years.
- The Decision considers Microsoft’s arguments that customers need not pay ‘extra’ for the WMP and that they need not use it to be irrelevant in the context of determining whether there is coercion under Article 82 of the Treaty.
- Even if the process is developed in accordance with appropriate quality standards, a clinical history obtained from either a potential living donor or the relatives of a potential deceased donor who are seeking financial gain or are subjected to any kind of coercion might not be sufficiently accurate in terms of conditions and/or diseases potentially transmissible from donor to recipient.
- Physical, sexual and psychological violence against children, young people and women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or private life, constitute a breach of their right to life, safety, freedom, dignity and physical and emotional integrity and a serious threat to the physical and mental health of the victims of such violence.