- The constitution strove to dictate all of the critical details of an individual's life, even the most private concerns of womanhood.
- Whenever Moody was away from the house, Reza assumed the role of lord and master, attempting to dictate orders to me and to the children, demanding our unquestioning obedience as his rightful due.
- Her bargain dictated that in return for the healing of her daughter from a near-fatal illness, she would stage a yearly celebration of Imam Mehdi's birthday.
There are no more uses of "dictate" in Not Without My Daughter.
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