Clarke is preparing for an Aug. 31 Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals hearing on his forced medication.
Now news has emerged he may be forced to testify in court over a stolen BlackBerry, Tom Sykes reports.
This is most obvious when expensive forms of trash are forced to backflip until they obviate their standard uses.
It is also true that Republicans in Congress forced some budget cuts that Obama didn't want.
It was illegal and forced of course, but it seemed to be the only way out from the bloody political deadlock.
I felt sure he was seeking for some gibe, could think of none, and so was forced to silence.
In the middle of the summer he had been forced to ask for more money.
Dion had found it difficult not to be forced from the litter while answering.
They forced Charles by an address to withdraw his pledge of toleration.
But Louise, with her sudden question, had forced one from her.
"not spontaneous or voluntary," 1570s, past participle adjective from force (v.). The flier's forced landing attested by 1917.
c.1300, "physical strength," from Old French force (12c.) "force, strength, courage, fortitude; violence, power, compulsion," from Vulgar Latin *fortia (cf. Spanish fuerza, Italian forza), noun use of neuter plural of Latin fortis "strong" (see fort). Meaning "body of armed men, army" first recorded late 14c. (also in Old French). Physics sense is from 1660s; force field attested by 1920.
The capacity to do work or cause physical change; energy, strength, or active power.
A vector quantity that tends to produce an acceleration of a body in the direction of its application.
In physics, something that causes a change in the motion of an object. The modern definition of force (an object's mass multiplied by its acceleration) was given by Isaac Newton in Newton's laws of motion. The most familiar unit of force is the pound. (See mechanics.)
Note: Gravity, and therefore weight, is a kind of force.