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under the heel of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunder the heel of somebody/somethingunder the heel of somebody/somethingCONTROLcompletely controlled by a government or group a people under the heel of an increasingly dictatorial regime heel
Examples from the Corpus
under the heel of somebody/somethingThe country is once more under the heel of a dictator.
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