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driving force

[′drīv·iŋ ‚fȯrs]
(chemistry)
In a chemical reaction, the formation of products such as an insoluble compound, a gas, a nonelectrolyte, or a weak electrolyte that enable the reaction to go to completion as a metathesis.
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Driving Force, a division of gap, supplies drivers to more than 100 clients a day from sites in Bristol, Gloucester, Exeter, Hatfield, Ellesmere Port, Altrincham, Wakefield, Northampton and Stoke-on-Trent.
The intention is to establish Driving Force as a top-three labour provider in the driving sector by 2015.
Katie Maxwell of Aztec was the driving force behind this program.
The announcement by Justice Minister Irwin Cotler describes Foote as "the driving force behind the Mission Family Support Network.
The League initiated this pilot project, designed to provide inmates, their children and caregivers resources and support, and was the driving force behind the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women's first "Families Rebuilding Families" Conference.
Staff at Benfield Motor Group's Accident Repair Centre have proved they are a driving force in the North East.
Journalistic sensationalism has become a driving force on daily news programs, each article vying for recognition and prominent placement within its venue.
Though far too individualistic to be labeled the Chicago School, Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind, and others at the Institute of Design made the city a driving force in avant-garde American photography.
She also was the driving force in DISAM's role in establishing web pages for DSCA and the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies, as well as the DISAM home page.
An AHCA spokesman told Nursing Homes that "the driving force behind the date for implementation should not be the artificial July 1 deadline.
And instead of using his age as an excuse to slow down, Burden "continues to be a driving force behind new landscape project development" at LSU, Odenwald says.