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force-feed

Engineering a method of lubrication in which a pump forces oil into the bearings of an engine, etc.
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She had denied claims from a junior assistant at Whitchurch Hospital that he had seen her kneeling on top of an 87-year-old man and force-feeding him medicine when he refused it.
A rastrick man is leading a campaign against the force-feeding of ducks.
At least five restaurants across the region have received letters from campaigners urging them to reconsider serving the 'posh pate', which is produced by force-feeding geese and ducks.
The vets feel that the force-feeding practice is inhumane and not in the best interests of good animal husbandry," Keith said.
Foreign aid is useful in promoting prosperity, but we have to be careful about force-feeding money into Afghanistan's tiny economy.
Brady, jailed for life in 1966 with now-dead lover Myra Hindley after murdering five children, renewed his appeal for force-feeding to stop.
However, Yavor Gechev from the Four Paws international animal welfare NGO has told the radio that force-feeding ducks and geese is damaging their livers.
Summary: A nurse has been jailed for three years for killing her baby by force-feeding her.
A US judge has ruled that prison officials may continue force-feeding a man from Liverpool who began a hunger strike in September 2007.
Penelope Webber, now called Rees after getting married, was seen kneeling on top of an 86-year-old man, force-feeding him medicine when he refused it at Whitchurch hospital in Cardiff.
On September 29, 2004, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed State Senate Bill 1520 into law, thereby banning the force-feeding of ducks and geese in the production of foie gras in the state of California.
A JURY will today consider if a matron of a North Wales nursing home killed a 94-year-old man by force-feeding him.