Definition of Abductees
1. Noun. (plural of abductee) ¹
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Definition of Abductees
1. abductee [n] - See also: abductee
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Literary usage of Abductees
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. How to Make the Most of a Flying Saucer Experience by Professor Solomon (1998)
"abductees. In Abductions: Human Encounters with Aliens, Mack describes the ... Given all this, Mack urges abductees to see themselves, not as victims, ..."
2. Meeting the North Korean Nuclear Challenge: Report of an Independent Task Force by Morton Abramowitz, James T. Laney, Eric Heginbotham (2003)
"Not only did Pyongyang allow abductees to return for a visit to Japan, but, to international astonishment, it apologized for the kidnappings, ..."
3. Human Rights Watch World Report 1999 by Human Rights Watch Staff (1998)
"Sudan handed o ver an additional three Ugandan abducted children to Otunnu, and pledged to assist with ongoing efforts to release LRA abductees. ..."
4. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"The taking of slaves is due, in part, to the victims' religious beliefs: abductees are largely Christians or practitioners of traditional indigenous ..."
5. Protectors Or Pretenders?: Government Human Rights Commissions in Africa by Binaifer Nowrojee (2001)
"They would ask the local officials to make the "owners" set the abductees free, in most cases by turning them over to the custody of the Dinka community. ..."
6. Hostile to Democracy: The Movement System and Political Repression in Uganda by Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch (Organization, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1999)
"The abductees are taken to remote training camps in the Rwenzori mountains or in the Democratic Republic of Congo where they receive rudimentary military ..."
7. The Scars of Death: Children Abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda by Rosa Ehrenreich, Human Rights Watch/Africa (1997)
"The abductees were made to dig, making granaries. They told us we were fighting to overthrow the government, but we didn't do fighting. ..."