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According to Jalane Schmidt, a professor of religious studies at the university, 52 percent of the residents of Charlottesville and surrounding Albemarle County — 14,000 people in all — were enslaved during the Civil War.
At Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference yesterday, Nest CTO Yoky Matsuoka reassured the audience that today’s cutting-edge robots won't lead to a dystopian future in which machines enslave mankind.
An astronaut crew crash-lands on a planet in the distant future where intelligent talking apes are the dominant species, and humans are the oppressed and enslaved.
A Nigerian in the United States cannot be enslaved by the Islamists of Boko Haram.
Subra explains to us that 200 years ago Cancer Alley was a fertile belt of river-front land occupied by sugarcane and cotton plantations, and worked by enslaved African American men and women.
The movie’s darkness is deepest in a long central section that evokes the Holocaust with the apes enslaved and locked up in a concentration camp run by the colonel.
The American Civil War Museum tells the story of the Civil War from the perspective of Union and Confederate, enslaved and free African-Americans, soldiers and civilians.
Your host is the title character, a back-slapping serial seducer equally enslaved to his loins and the bottle.
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: to make (someone) a slave
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