Community action programme for the development of continuing vocational training.
to secretly make an audience member perform a desired action without his or her awareness
a group of people having the power of effective action; "he joined forces with a band of adventurers"
urge or force (a person) to an action; constrain or motivate
force into or from an action or state, either physically or metaphorically; "She rammed her mind into focus"; "He drives me mad"
an action between two things, more like an interaction
an all-action 'thinking man's Doom' which has you strapped into the cockpit Extreme Snowbreak Extreme Snowbreak Extreme Snowbreak is a ski/snowboard game
an all-action 'thinking man's Doom' which has you strapped into the cockpit Last Report Last Report A classic crime story in the tradition of the great thrillers
Any action that tends to maintain or alter the position of a structure
A term used by Birthist Abortionites, abortionmongers, necrochoicers and the like to describe any restrictions on prenatal child-killing. Women are always described as being "forced" rather than simply required to take certain actions. A term much favored by the necromedia which never describe prenatal children as being forced to give up their lives. Also, one of two essential elements of law, the other being morality.
A force is the manifestation of the action of one body upon another. Forces arise from the action of two bodies in contact with one another.
A mechanical action of one body on another that tends to displace and/or deform the body receiving it. Force may be continuous, intermittent, interrupted, intraoral, extraoral, orthodontic, orthopedic, elastic, spring, magnetic, etc, depending on the motivating elements involved.