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forcing

[′fȯrs·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
The attempt to bring out detail in an underexposed negative by extending the development time or by using an accelerator.
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Its argument--that it needed to expand to improve training--did not impress local, state, and national public interests, which subsequently overwhelmed the proposal, forcing the Air Force to scrap its plans.
* We used people and hardware from eight AEFs at the height of Operation Iraqi Freedom, forcing us to completely restructure our deployable force into two temporary AEFs before we can return to our "normal" rotations.
But William Washington's cavalry -- supplemented by cavalry reinforcements from Georgia -- came up from the rear behind the knolls and engaged Tarleton, forcing Tarleton's cavalry further and further from the main battle.