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Physics caused by an external agency
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In AHMM-CTP, the top policies are allowed to be changed and are executed from top to bottom, which means the subplans can be terminated forcedly when the top policies are interrupted.
Though, the basic principle of all religions is "love", our leaders are ardent in forcedly imposing their religious sentiments on all people instead of encouraging this value.
In the second part, Days in the Diaspora (2012), we follow the Egyptian Muslim protagonist Galal, born in a Jewish family, in his search for identity after he forcedly leaves Cairo for Paris during the 1960s.
160 of 1994) created a new category of vulnerable women--female heads of household and forcedly displaced--who could become beneficiaries of land assignments in an associative form.
A few are; (a) that it would cost petrol and parking fees to travel to Pwllheli; (b) that Nefyn is the cheapest library of all maintained by Gwynedd; (c) that the visit of a 'mobile' library once a month would not replace the current service, and anyway its stock of books would, forcedly, be much less; (d) that we pay our rates for services which include the Nefyn public library - are we to have our rates reduced if the library is closed?
There is nothing sooner moveth teares in me, than to see others weepe, not onely fainedly, but howsoever, whether truly or forcedly.
They told me they want me at the police station, they seized my cellphone and forcedly dragged me to the vehicle then to their headquarters.
Similarly, three armed outlaws forcedly entered into the house of Zaffar Ullah resident of Ilam Din Colony.
z] bandwidth, so spectrum underlay FUEs are allocated power forcedly below the interference temperature threshold to ensure the desired QoS to these MUEs.
Because, as Reyes Cala points out (2013: 190), the characteristic feature of the phenomenon is the application of "techniques and tactics intended to show a forcedly favourable version of the events, including even the possibility of distorting reality to benefit the client.
According to Duyshenbiyev, the officials were forcedly kept in a car for a while.
Not only is care for others forcedly revitalized in Maid in America, but--what represents a common pattern in contemporary articulation o f female migrants--care is publically commodified rather than being restricted to the private sphere of home.