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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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Emmeline khurst's sister Mary Clarke died of ries inflicted during Black Friday, her force-feeding in prison, calling "the first woman martyr who has e to death for this cause".
The IMA has, for a number of years, refused to participate in any force-feeding of prisoners.
In their decision, the judges also explained that allowing the force-feeding of prisoners maintains a gentle balance between the sanctity of life, public interests, the individual's right to dignity, their right to autonomy and freedom of expression.
According to Addameer human rights association, "Several Palestinian prisoners have died as a result of being subjected to force-feeding.
It has been observed that force-feeding by the mother leads to refusal of food by the child whereas positive mother behavior is associated with higher acceptance of food by the child10.
One doctor suggested they surgically remove the chain but in the end the authorities opted for a messier solution - force-feeding the man with bananas.
PalMed charged that the force-feeding law flagrantly violates the World Medical Association's Declaration of Malta 1991 which states, "forcible feeding is never ethically acceptable", PIC reported.
10 (BNA): Israeli authorities shifted Palestinian POW Mohammed Allah to a hospital in Ashkelon on Monday in preparation to force feed him after another hospital in Beersheba had refused to force feed him in after the Israeli medical association declined to implement Israeli force-feeding policy on him.
CAIRO, Aug 2 (KUNA) -- The Arab League on Sunday strongly condemned the Israeli Knesset's passing of a new law, allowing the force-feeding of Palestinian hunger-strikers in Israeli jails.
It also asked the world medical institutions to condemn and criminalize the use of force-feeding method by the Israeli occupied authorities.
The force-feeding constitutes a serious violation of human rights and the right of a person to do as they wish with their body," the Joint List said.