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  • Guest services selects employees for the resort after subjecting them to at least five different interviews.
  • As an experiment, I broke off some pieces, and, after subjecting them to great heat, reduced them to powder. Cited from Journeys Through Bookland V3, Charles H. Sylvester
  • The Team Leader has the opportunity of selecting his future team pilots after subjecting them to grueling flight trials and tests.
  • Although they were alarmed by it, after subjecting it to considerable redrafting the British government backed the proposal which was eventually put into effect.
  • However, the newly online Dirt Boss quickly established himself as their foreman after subjecting Scrapper to his power.
  • Frederick proceeded to put into execution the harsh vow he had made, after subjecting its inhabitants to the greatest humiliations which he could devise. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 5, by Charles Morris
  • He arrived on 8 March 1748, and after subjecting the fort to a heavy bombardment forced its surrender.
  • Even hard tempers (for example -T6) can be formed easily after subjecting these alloys to RHT.
  • Professor Sharpey commits suicide after subjecting himself to sensory deprivation experiments in a secret research laboratory.
  • To unpractised eyes they would seem to possess no properties in common, and it is only after subjecting the stone to severe processes of manufacture that usable metal can be obtained from it. Cited from Industrial Biography, by Samuel Smiles
  • After subjecting the corpse to all manner of abuse for three days, Antigonos departed Pisidia leaving the corpse unburied.
  • "They appeared like natural and very perfect stones when I first examined them, but after subjecting them to more careful tests, I found them to be the most extraordinary imitations I ever beheld." Cited from With Links of Steel, by Nicholas Carter
  • The authors of the report who interviewed him found him credible and truthful and his account "most compelling" after subjecting it to "rigorous scrutiny".
  • In the end, after subjecting him to every imaginable horror and agony, I made him triumphant, and poured peace into his soul in the conviction of a salvation for sinners through God's grace. Cited from Table Talk of S. T. Coleridge, by Coleridge
  • This conclusion was determined by comparing Kiss 1 mRNA levels in the AVPV and ARC in the male and female rats after subjecting them to different hormonal conditions.
  • We might well guess that a raft would but prolong our lives in the midst of so wide a sea, by a few days, and perhaps by a few hours only, after subjecting us to every agony of despair and of expectation, and torturing us with God alone would know what privations. Cited from The Honour of the Flag, by W. Clark Russell
  • For the remainder of the morning Abe went about his work in crestfallen silence, although Morris, after subjecting Geigermann's order to a little cost bookkeeping on the back of an envelope broke once more into a cheerful whistle. Cited from Abe and Mawruss, by Montague Glass
  • The Emperor Nero was alleged to have had his first wife (and stepsister) Claudia Octavia murdered, after subjecting her to torture and imprisonment.
  • The Moroccans burned the houses of the Jews, plundered their treasures, fell like wild beasts upon the white women of the infidels, decapitating them with hellish sadism after subjecting them to atrocious outrages. Cited from Luna Benamor, by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • It proved to be so indeed; it was succeeded by a hatred as violent as her attachment had been; and after subjecting me to every indignity she finally disposed of me by placing me in the household of the Duchess of Maine, at Sceaux. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol X, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
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