Conservative Force

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Conservative Force

 

a force whose work depends only on the initial and final positions of its point of application and is independent both of the path taken in moving from one point to the other and of the law governing the motion of these points.

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Yet some powerful conservative forces are rallying against elite US foreign policy consensus.
Tsipras on Friday presented SYRIZA as the party that confronted conservative forces in Europe defending Greek people's rights.
But the DPRK cannot but take a serious note of the US moves in the light of the fact that the commission echoed the assertion of the US hard-line conservative forces calling for ratcheting up pressure upon the DPRK now that the relations between it and the US are at rock bottom.
One wonders what the future holds for wine production now more conservative forces are vying for power.
It remains to be seen if Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is willing to defy the conservative forces in his country who still see America as the Great Satan, and give his essential blessing to a final deal.
The government has launched several initiatives to boost local employment, including giving women greater employment opportunities despite the stiff resistance of powerful conservative forces within the society.
too, seems to read Francis' words, and the colloquium itself, as evidence that the pope must answer to "powerful conservative forces within the Catholic Church and beyond it.
Risking his political standing, Rowhani stressed that he was determined to cinch a nuclear deal and prepared to take on the conservative forces who would prefer not to see an agreement with the West, even if that means continued economic sanctions on Iran.
When the ministry first came up with the idea of creating job opportunities for women in lingerie stores, it faced strong opposition from the conservative forces in society who claimed that it will encourage interaction between men and women.
That's where haunting Russian melodies will tell the story of a Russia divided by powerful conservative forces and growing Westernising influence.
Focusing on Alabama and comparisons with other Southern states, Feldman uses vast archival sources and interviews to examines how conservative forces in the Democratic and Republican parties colluded to use white supremacy and lingering anti-federalism to manufacture the pervasive attitude that economic regulation is a cultural issue.
The] child marriage issue was discussed during the first stage of the conference, but no decisions were made because of the strong opposition of traditional, conservative forces.
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