Forcing in a sentence | Use of the word forcing examples

Educators went on strike in Arizona, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Oklahoma, forcing state lawmakers to raise their pay and spend more on schools.

Egypt was turned over to the radical Muslim Brotherhood, forcing the military to retake control.

More than 50 fires have ignited across the country, forcing evacuations.

My doctor’s solution was to simply hammer the tool with brute strength against the opening in the hope of forcing it through.

“He is forcing us to explore alternatives …or we can’t carry out our own policies,” a diplomat said.

The Broncos were punishing Brady with pressure on their final drive and forcing him into horrible throws just to avoid a sack.

The price downturn taught producers to be more disciplined, forcing them to be smarter about geology, asset choice, technological efficiencies and capital deployment.

Mass protests erupted, forcing the government to respond with stiffer penalties.

Mass protests erupted, forcing the government to respond with stiffer penalties.

The negative press and congressional attention dried up ACORN’s funding stream, forcing it to cease operations.

“There is extensive literature showing that forcing service members to live a lie makes it harder for them to do their job,” Belkin added.

“The penalty is especially crazy since a lot of people can’t even afford what you are forcing them to buy,” says Mike Byerly.

“Who can possibly resist the promise of forcing prices lower right now?

For the most part, the strikes have proven effective in forcing Republican lawmakers in those states to restore some of that funding.

It sure doesn’t mean forcing taxpayers to spend $25 billion on a wall that candidate Trump promised Mexico would pay for.

The EPA will consider forcing blenders, retailers and trading houses to sell credits more quickly, the official said.

The GOP-controlled Senate would actually be taking concrete action to stop Trump, thereby forcing Trump to veto something.

Yes, there are benefits to ditching the headphone jack, like forcing people to go wireless (which is a good thing).

Kosmic’s world record happened in real-time, forcing him to string together a nearly perfect run of the game without a chance to recover.

You wait for the guards to patrol a bit to the side, and then sneak behind her, forcing her into submission and tying her.

Iran detaining American sailors, forcing them to apologize.

What matters is that today’s economy is forcing workers to go on strike to get a decent raise.

Hackers have compromised tens of thousands of Google devices forcing them to play videos urging people to subscribe to YouTube’s top vlogger PewDiePie.

Hackers have compromised tens of thousands of Google devices forcing them to play videos urging people to subscribe to YouTube’s top vlogger PewDiePie.

It implicitly relies on the power of transparency to do the work of forcing future governments to implement actual policies.

The DOJ has a significant amount of power in forcing reforms in local departments, and Obama was committed to using it.

Navy Times detailed that an Iranian drone flew within 100 feet of Navy F/A-18, forcing the American aircraft to take evasive measures.

Obviously, household incomes have not gone up anywhere near that much, forcing millions of Americans to take on increasing loads of student debt.

Trump does not get to say that he can best help the law by killing it and thereby forcing Congress to start afresh.

NCSD in particular has seen its enrollment plummet, forcing the football program to partner with the East North Carolina School for the Deaf.

Maybe they have an undiagnosed disability, and so forcing them to get work isn’t really going to do anything.

Options include asking the EU for a long delay, parliament forcing an election, or a “no-deal” exit.

forcing people to say things, to disown each other, becomes an acknowledgment that morals are just theater anyway.

Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) of unsustainably pushing the costs of Medicaid expansion, by forcing local counties to foot the bill.

There isn’t much he can’t get away with, including forcing a woman to sleep with him at knife-point.

By forcing the conscience of men.

From a very young age, Asma felt she was a girl, and she recalls resenting her parents for forcing her to wear boys’ clothing.

“The federal government has hounded religious hospitals…forcing them to provide services that violate their consciences,” Acting HHS Secretary Eric Hargan said.

The muffled sound of kindergarten recess drifted up from outside, shrill squeals forcing their way through the closed windows.

Encryption software prevents NSA-style bulk data collection, forcing spy agencies to target people individually.

She is forcing us to not grapple with her in segments, but in her enteriety.

By contrast, the law’s individual mandate, forcing consumers to buy that costlier insurance, was going to be phased in over time.

Instead, policymakers came upon the “solution” of simply rejecting insurers’ proposed rate increases, and forcing them to lose money.

But during a stopover in Moscow, Russian authorities detained Vashukevich, on suspicion of forcing women into prostitution.

That, in turn, would deal a blow to the US businesses that export them, forcing them to downsize operations and lay off workers.

[But] it’s more than just forcing them to do it.

Because demand for the Model 3 was greater than expected, forcing Tesla to reassess its goals.

The economy has slowed worryingly, forcing the government to seek foreign loans, and the lucrative tourism industry has been hit.

It’s Congress, specifically Goodlatte, for forcing the issue in the first place.

To get tax refunds processed, the IRS is forcing employees to work without pay, with the promise of back pay once the government reopens.

Voting machines do break down, forcing some jurisdictions to count ballots by hand.

Other China-bound canola cargoes have been cancelled, forcing exporters to re-sell elsewhere at discount.

This section’s major puzzle involves a series of chemical combinations, forcing you to refer back and forth between several pieces of paper.

So they were forcing us to eat and to create waste that we couldn’t get rid of, which would create a horrible smell.

But some hospitals [are completely staffed] with doctors who are conscientious objectors, forcing women to travel abroad for a termination.

Sure, he’s had a nice little run here, but forcing the issue in that situation with Bortles was asinine.

Unlike the US, China isn’t forcing each piece of that system to go through a Byzantine series of bespoke processes and reviews.

But “compromising your imagination is always an anticlimax,” forcing creatives to learn how to handle daily details without muddying their visions.

If the workplace is otherwise cheery or supportive, below-market pay might be forcing out a lot of your colleagues.

California’s housing shortage and high property prices are increasingly forcing people to live closer to woodlands that are prone to burn.

They said that forcing businesses to curb their use of fossil fuels will cost too much money and lead to layoffs.

According to cops in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the teen hit several vehicles, stopped, and then eventually reversed into an officer, forcing him to the ground.

Moreover, it turns makers into takers, forcing productive, talented young men to rely on government giveaways like Pell Grants and food stamps.

“I turned around, and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat.”

forcing this medically fragile community to move should be a last resort.

In 2014, the International Court of Justice ruled Japan’s whaling plan was unscientific, forcing it to call off the 2014-2015 hunt.

Most conservative lawmakers recoil at the thought of forcing employers to do anything.

We should also know that forcing a few predators to apologize and make restitution won’t fix the problem.

Meanwhile, Republicans in the House and Senate have joined with Democrats to introduce legislation barring employers from forcing employees to sign nondisclosure agreements.

He said in a recent campaign ad that he supports “forcing companies to cover all pre-existing conditions.

Its business has become increasingly commoditized and competitive, forcing it to explore a sale.

Slavery, after all, enabled masters to accumulate vast tracts of land, squeezing out small farmers and forcing them into wage labor.

This unprecedented public health emergency is forcing us to rethink how we approach addiction, and a nationwide movement toward recovery is already underway.

Many have been unable to complete programs required to move out of solitary, forcing them to remain in isolation for years — and sometimes decades.

“Perhaps at one time its importance could be limited by forcing it into a larger sandwich category … but that time has passed.”

He wore a suit to work every day,” Lori said, forcing this cursed image into all of our minds.

U.S. regulators slapped Wells Fargo with a $1 billion penalty in April when it admitted to wrongly forcing drivers into auto insurance policies.

Thabo claimed the officers used excessive force — striking him with a baton, forcing him to the ground and handcuffing him.

Organizations like Oxfam say this leads to further inequality, ultimately forcing the government to cut federal programs that are meant to aid lower-income citizens.

She’s suing Live Nation — which operates the venue — and wants damages and an order forcing the employees to make accommodations.

Remember Michael Rotondo, the unemployed 30-year-old who refused to leave his parents’ home, forcing them to legally evict him?

Though the evacuations are “mandatory,” it doesn’t mean police will be going door to door forcing people out.

Bean resents Zøg for forcing her to follow in their footsteps and marry a wealthy prince to fill Dreamland’s empty coffers.

Old stories about Farrelly “pranking” women by forcing them to look at his genitals resurfaced as well.

The deadline for forcing an election is January 10, 2017.

For those who have been living under a rock, a number of the large-screen phones caught fire, forcing Samsung to issue a recall.

However, the Jets seemed willing to move on to Geno Smith, forcing Fitzpatrick’s hand without any other viable offers of a starting job.

As part of their demands, employees urged Google to stop forcing employees and contractors to sign arbitration agreements when they are hired.

In a Washington Post report on Sunday, Ford accused Kavanaugh of forcing himself on her when the two were both teenagers.

In August, Bannon was fired amid a power struggle in the West Wing, forcing his return to Breitbart.

(Ford has accused Kavanaugh of forcing himself on her while they were both in high school, something Kavanaugh has denied.)

Rising sea levels are also causing flooding along some of Alaska’s coasts, forcing more than 30 tribes to relocate their entire villages.

“If someone’s never done yoga before, they know they’ll have a partner meeting them there, forcing them to show up and practice.

Some police chiefs have said forcing local police to work with U.S. immigration agents undermines community trust, making immigrants less likely to report crimes.

The case before the court involves an unnamed man, accused of forcing the family dog to perform oral sex on his underage daughter.

The case before the court involves an unnamed man, accused of forcing the family dog to perform oral sex on his underage daughter.

I’ll start rushing things or forcing bad decisions or whatever.

I turned around, and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat.

It didn’t help that Metroid-style games became increasingly en vogue, forcing Owlboy to adjust.

The juror refused to budge on 10 of those counts, forcing a mistrial on those charges and a partial conviction on the other eight.

By forcing the deadline on Congress with his September order, Trump drove a sharp wedge between Democrats and Republicans on an emotionally charged issue.

Murray helped by forcing five missed tackles.

(Of course, a candidate could also die, forcing the parties onto the same track as if he or she had dropped out.)

Environmental concerns are increasingly influencing consumers’ buying decisions, forcing makers of packaged goods to rethink the way they wrap their products.

Teachers in Detroit are calling in sick en masse forcing the public school district to close nearly all of its campuses.

Hezbollah has accused Riyadh of forcing Hariri to resign.

forcing these brave Americans out of our military would be cruel and discriminatory.

Maple producers argue that forcing them to label their product as “sugar added” would be a blow to the industry.

But the deal has faltered in recent months, forcing hundreds of thousands of civilians to flee.

Silicon Valley is forcing its way onto Detroit’s turf by building, or planning to build, cars.

But make no mistake: despite forcing myself to watch it for this article, Battlefield Earth remains unwatchable.

She says the threatened factories had no choice but to dump her, forcing her to go into bankruptcy and lose millions she personally invested.

The unknown cheater spawned a parked jet into his path, forcing him to run around it and lose precious seconds.

Carmen got an emergency protective order forcing him to stay 100 yards away, but it expired July 7.

In his second bout, against Vernon ‘Tiger’ White, Suzuki demonstrated the power of this hold in forcing the tap from White.

By forcing this issue today, candidates must clarify where they stand on Brexit,” said strategist Helen Thomas, of Blonde Money.

For the past six years, a brace has ensconced my left leg, forcing me to use a metal cane to get around.

“They’re actually forcing black teachers out of public education, that is my belief.”

Its revenue has been roughly cut in half, forcing it to slash fighter salaries by about half.

The accord has faltered in recent months, forcing hundreds of thousands of civilians to flee.

He strongly repressed dissent from both citizens and members of the party, forcing people he viewed as insufficiently loyal out of high-level positions.

Physician health programs are controversial in the medical community, and have been criticized for forcing doctors into unnecessary treatment.

The judge granted her a temporary restraining order … forcing Bizzy to stay away from her and her home.

forcing parents to “accept a medical intervention” on behalf of their kids just isn’t palatable, she said.

forcing someone to get a vaccine would just alienate the undecided.

He then reversed it back to a popping Horford, forcing the Cleveland defense to make precise rotations.

As a precaution amid the increased military activity, Pakistan has shut its airspace, forcing commercial airlines to reroute.

Before she knew it, she said Moonves was on the couch with her, forcing himself on her.

And the grueling work leads many inexperienced new hires to quit, forcing the boats to turn around.

One of the ways white supremacy has been upheld in American history is by forcing mixed-race Americans to identify with their nonwhite ancestry.

Lightfoot and Preckwinkle were the top two vote-getters in a February primary election of more than a dozen mayoral candidates, forcing Tuesday’s runoff.

Nobody’s forcing anybody to run,” says Mark Remy, a contributing editor and columnist for Runner’s World and founder of dumbrunner.com.

forcing men to handle “women’s work” was the only way to get those men to admit that it existed.

Charles walled off a Spain drive, forcing an errant pass that Moore gathered and turned with down the court.

Exceeding the uranium cap at the heart of the deal would prompt a diplomatic crisis, forcing the other signatories to confront Iran.

Last year, the company issued a Minimum Authorized Pricing Policy, forcing franchisees to sell work for at least a certain price.

In one village, hostile farmers captured our ADF escorts, holding them prisoner for three days and flogging them with sticks after forcing us out.

So the NFL is apparently considering drastic measures — by perhaps forcing its players to do something they clearly do not want to do.

The liquefied natural gas turned to gas and blew through nearby neighborhood, forcing residents to evacuate.

The group walled off the main entrance into the checkpoint, forcing some inauguration-goers to traipse through showers of purple glitter to get inside.

No one is forcing them to consume a slideshow, no one is forcing them to click on that link.

He also gravely wounded a third person in the apartment, forcing him into a closet and shooting him six times through the door.

He said Friday afternoon that he was cautiously optimistic Democrats would soon find a means of forcing the issue onto the legislative calendar.

This may also be rejected, forcing May to return with another proposal.

forcing men to handle “women’s work” was the only way to get those men to admit that it existed.

Water poured into the House of Commons, near the press gallery, forcing an early end to the day.

Investors demanding immediate returns could risk forcing firms to curb expansion that could have a higher long-term payoff if oil prices continue to rise.

Images of French police forcing beach-goers wearing burkinis to disrobe or face a fine has spurred backlash within France and around the world.

Images of French police forcing beach-goers wearing burkinis to disrobe or face a fine has spurred backlash within France and around the world.

The economy has slowed worryingly, forcing the government to seek foreign loans, and the lucrative tourism industry has been hit.

But Trump’s ban was held up by courts, forcing the military to allow openly trans recruits to join starting in 2018.

The show tries to excuse this by suggesting that all of this was at least somewhat hidden, thus forcing Box to dig for it.

The success of Tesla is, by far, the biggest forcing function for the other carmakers to get into into electric cars.

A series of lawsuits pressed the question, forcing judges to pin down a definition of whiteness that excluded Chinese, Japanese, and Asian Indian immigrants.

Throughout his speech, Trump portrayed the Paris agreement as forcing the U.S. to act while other countries enjoyed free rein.

can perform spiritual heists inside spectral “Palaces,” stealing away cruel desires, forcing the targets to be overcome with guilt and publicly confess their crimes.

Medicare penalties for patient readmissions are also forcing hospitals to follow up on recoveries, which often occur at a skilled nursing facility.

Attempting to get Bisping on one foot by kicking one leg out or by forcing Bisping to pick that leg up and check.

Neu is also accused of forcing inmates to do push-ups and dips and to gamble for food, clean clothing, and bedding.

Neu is also accused of forcing inmates to do push-ups and dips and to gamble for food, clean clothing, and bedding.

Her comments generally point to a progressive approach that works to avoid forcing new technologies to operate under “antiquated” laws.

Apple took on the FBI over a court order forcing access to a locked iPhone.

They took over entire homes, turning them into makeshift bases, forcing families underground.

Here he is stepping up to force Abrines to pass to Jerami Grant, then sliding back and forcing a turnover.

Davis struggles against bigs who can shoot, too, forcing the Grizzlies to late switch or surrender open threes.

Other parts are popular, like forcing insurance companies to cover sick people at an affordable cost.

Saudi Arabia has denied holding Hariri against his will or forcing him to resign.

You may recall the hard-won 2015 FCC ruling that enacted net neutrality legislation by forcing ISPs to comply with federal telecommunications regulations.

Opposition deputies then occupied the platform, disrupting the session and forcing it to be adjourned.

Opposition deputies then occupied the platform, disrupting the session and forcing it to be adjourned.

She could conceivably strangle and threaten the ecosystems of her neighbors, forcing them to bend to her will.

The Blues’ physical style is bothering the Bruins, forcing key mistakes that wind up in the back of the net.

Fact-checking is not just about spreading accurate information but about forcing politicians to account publicly for the things they say.

We’re forcing our own freedom to an extent, by forming our own language around what a festival can do and represent.

The Dolphins, meanwhile, earned some plaudits for forcing Russell Wilson to pull out the fourth-quarter heroics in Week 1.

But both Sabraw and Judge Dolly Gee, overseeing the Flores settlement, said they weren’t forcing the government to release families.

In that sense, you’re forcing the drug economy to evolve.

Placing them in lush landscapes or forcing awkward, grade school portraits, Yokonami highlights individuality on the cusp of both freedom and oppression.

Economists generally view tariffs as inflationary, forcing consumer prices higher and eventually hurting the economy of the country that impose the tariffs.

It’s great if you’re a listener because you can’t have someone forcing you to listen to a podcast.

Cyborg had just one means of getting to Baars, stepping straight in on her and forcing her to the ropes.

Swisher: But he’s got his orange juice, and we’ve got tissues for him, and we’re forcing him onstage.

Rather than forcing the Republican establishment to come around to his principles, he’s come around to theirs — with disastrous results.

Lil Wayne suffered a seizure during a cross-country flight, forcing his private jet to make an emergency landing in Nebraska … TMZ has learned.

By forcing them back, border agents were effectively preventing the boys from legally seeking asylum in the U.S.

forcing a company to surrender encryption keys through legal means isn’t completely without precedent, either.

Environmental concerns are increasingly influencing consumers’ buying decisions, forcing makers of packaged goods to rethink the way they wrap their products.

We’re used to being creative, so it’s forcing us to be innovative and make it work.

The outcome of Thursday’s votes is forcing Republicans and Democrats to consider what will actually pass the Senate and resolve this shutdown.

But in The Boy Is Back, her voice has gone bland and generic with the effort of forcing itself into the epistolatory format.

Generally, they do this by forcing their members to hand over huge amounts of cash and all of their worldly possessions.

To live in New York is to live in a city that’s constantly forcing you to interact with people.

He said that forcing Assad from power would require “an international community effort” and that “steps are underway” to make that happen.

Hezbollah hit back, accusing Saudi Arabia of forcing al-Hariri to quit.

This ultra-chill dude has been ripped off and resold by users on Redbubble—each time forcing Ehrlich to send the company a takedown notice.

Sinead blames her ex, John Reynolds, and son Jake for forcing her to “run to another continent just to stay alive.”

The scooters are forcing conversations about who is entitled to use sidewalks, streets, and curbs, and who should pay for their upkeep.

We need to be more proactive to stop forcing the people who’ve been stalked to constantly alter their lifestyles.

Her photographs seek out the brazenly explicit, forcing viewers to make a visceral value judgment.

By forcing a Sunni-Shia divide, the Saudis can make sure they are on the stronger side.

This demand for clean energy is now forcing utilities to respond.

But now those low prices are forcing US drillers to cut back, laying off thousands of workers and idling their drilling rigs.

Establishing a committee is a much relied-on way to signal intent without immediately forcing the issue,” he said.

The legendary rocker had battled serious health issues for quite some time, forcing him to scale back on his alcohol and tobacco habits.

Impose an immediate suspension or expulsion, for example, and administrators risk forcing the aggressor deeper into already problematic beliefs.

I support forcing insurance companies to cover all preexisting conditions.

The frigate sailed menacingly close to Bowditch, forcing the American vessel to retreat.

Cost management can be done by plans, but it won’t be achieved by forcing them to cut benefits to avoid a bankrupting tax.

It might sound to them like the government forcing you into an insurance plan.

forcing employees to sign arbitration agreements is common practice now, and usually happens during the hiring process.

Facing defeat in a presidential run-off, Mugabe resorted to violence, forcing Tsvangirai to withdraw after scores of his supporters were killed by ZANU-PF thugs.

Whether forcing women to jump through certain hoops to get an abortion is considered an “undue burden” is the crux of the argument.

It also seeks an order forcing Tesla to repair, recall or replace the Model X. Tesla tells TMZ it fully investigated Mr.

Felder got cut about the eye during a clinch in the third, forcing the referee to stop the fight.

forcing a fusion is therefore an incredible betrayal.

(Of course, a candidate could also die, forcing the parties onto the same track as if he or she had dropped out.)

But I admire the way she slips long, Latinate words into her metric lines without forcing a rhyme or losing the talky, colloquial feel.

There was no debate on this provision, forcing future scholars to guess at the delegates’ intent.

During the transition, he would dodge the press pool, once forcing them to stake out his dinner in Manhattan from behind a dumpster.

forcing businesses to pay the same minimum wage to all workers would be one of the easiest solutions to keep those numbers down.

The father of the Orlando nightclub shooter appeared at one of her rallies, forcing her to disavow his support.

Our public education system has steadily degraded as well, forcing middle-class students to bury themselves in debt in order to get a college education.

In early 2015, videos emerged of rebel commanders forcing captured Ukrainian troops to kneel on the ground and eat their own army badges.

I started thinking about what would happen if I started forcing [people to look at] these images of these women on trial.

Then it moved, forcing Criterion fans with Hulu subscriptions to switch or go without.

Supporting or loving a genre doesn’t need to look like forcing yourself inside of it.

But the chaos in Libya led to a spike in arrivals of militants, drugs and weapons, diplomats say, forcing the government to act.

Developers have already bought land, forcing residents to relocate, and most locals can’t afford to own homes in the first place.

However, Tiberi resigned before finishing his term, forcing the special election to replace him.

The threatened U.S. tariffs could be little more than a negotiating tactic aimed at forcing China to address its intellectual property policies.

Fire engulfed a 15-square-mile area of Southern California early Tuesday, forcing tens of thousands of people to flee their homes.

Fighting in the town also disrupted 12-year-old Tabitha Nyapuop’s education, forcing her out of school for nearly two years.

Fighting in the town also disrupted 12-year-old Tabitha Nyapuop’s education, forcing her out of school for nearly two years.

Dylan denied forcing Tank to get injections.

Residents allege that the water is contaminated, forcing them to boil it or spend their earnings on bottled water.

This lack of input consistency resulted in every exercise feeling like a crap shoot, forcing me to eventually retire my briefs for good.

I simply suggested forcing the rich to give up their benefits, which is hardly controversial or even consequential.

Doctors there said the power fails almost daily, forcing them to rely on backup generators.

Wanted to prank your little brother by forcing him to call his crush and profess his love?

By custom, the presiding officer follows the advice of the parliamentarian — but there’s nothing forcing him or her to do so.

In 2014, the International Court of Justice ruled Japan’s whaling plan was unscientific, forcing it to call off the 2014-2015 hunt.

forcing doctors to be the ones to get an agreement has made those agreements harder to get, with no clear benefit.

She’s forcing herself to be the same 19-year-old who stood on the VMA stage, stunned that Kanye West was stealing her moment.

The opposition has called this a policy of “demographic change” aimed at forcing dissidents out of Syria’s main cities.

The founders of Sensaura believe they’ve navigated these problems by forcing crappy wrist-based data to give the real emotional goods.

of Corrections decides to let Simpson live in Florida, she wants stringent conditions for supervision, including forcing Simpson to wear an electronic monitoring device.

But Trump’s ban has been held up by courts, forcing the military to allow openly trans recruits to join starting this year.

The individual mandate in Obamacare was meant to ensure a viable health insurance market by forcing younger and healthier Americans to buy coverage.

However, environmental, social, and governance criteria demanded by investors are forcing fossil fuel companies to confront the impact of their contributions to climate change.

However, the system discriminates against trans people, forcing them to work on the street instead of in brothels.

For instance, the entire island sold out of CDs this past August, forcing a migration to USBs.

But to the Trump administration, forcing people to work for little or no money is also an “unfair advantage” for foreign businesses.

IMSI catchers work by mimicking a cell tower, forcing nearby phones to connect to them.

It keeps its grip on viewers while rarely forcing its scares on them.

The hack embarrassed many top staffers, exposing some staffers’ distaste for Sen. Bernie Sanders’ campaign, and forcing resignation of many top staffers.

Our findings reveal that forcing an individual to think about honesty does increase subjects’ willingness to view Trump as dishonest.

In 2016, speedboats buzzed around the Persian Gulf, forcing a US ship to change course.

forcing businesses to pay the same minimum wage to all workers would be one of the easiest solutions to keep those numbers down.

Are legislators going to cut funding, forcing universities to cut back or increase tuition, the next time there’s a recession?

She said protesters stole several desks and a petrol bomb was thrown against the building, forcing them to re-paint the walls.

“We are forcing people, because of Mother Nature, to be in the shadows when they otherwise could have taken advantage of that.”

And the earliest dress codes served little purpose other than forcing black and Native American students to racially assimilate.

Shareholder actions are one way of forcing accountability on the companies profiting from that care.

The NHS is denying gay men access to PrEP, forcing them to rely on PEP which was not designed for on-going risk.”

By forcing this issue today, candidates must clarify where they stand on Brexit,” said strategist Helen Thomas, of Blonde Money.

Waterboarding involves forcing water down someone’s lungs to induce the sensation of drowning.

Voting machines do break down, forcing some jurisdictions to count ballots by hand.

Facing defeat in a presidential run-off, Mugabe resorted to violence, forcing Tsvangirai to withdraw after scores of his supporters were killed by ZANU-PF thugs.

Old stories about Farrelly “pranking” women by forcing them to look at his genitals resurfaced as well.

China’s construction sector is experiencing historically low growth, forcing weakened construction companies to compete pretty intensely for the remaining contracts.

Bush’s strong response and the overwhelming allied victory in forcing out Iraqi troops led for a time to a national euphoria.

The idea, apparently, was to punish American diplomats by forcing them to find parking spots in Moscow’s notoriously terrible traffic.

forcing a bar full of strangers to listen as you realize that you don’t actually know the words to “Lose Yourself,” is awful.

Meanwhile, Jerry is rebounding with a telekinetic warrior alien who keeps forcing him, Morty, and Summer to hunt aliens with her.

Love planet Venus squares off with expansive Jupiter at 1:19 PM on Monday, forcing us to face secrets that have come to light.

And the Lightning haven’t had much choice in the matter, with Ben Bishop’s injury in Game 1 forcing Andrei Vasilevskiy into action.

“The Trump administration is forcing women to pay for their boss’s religious beliefs,” said ACLU senior staff attorney Brigitte Amiri.

“The Trump administration is forcing women to pay for their boss’s religious beliefs,” said ACLU senior staff attorney Brigitte Amiri.

My earliest rap memory is forcing my mom to take me to see Beat Street in the theater.

Chowdhury wanted the gallery to become a new origin myth, with the large paintings forcing people to become part of it.

That’s forcing polar bears to swim longer distances, and affecting walruses that give birth on the sea ice.

“Untitled” (2015) sits on the floor, forcing the viewer to squat to see its details.

Sometimes, the only way to rectify that is by forcing them.

King Music Co. is suing not only for money, but also for an order forcing the band to 86 the name.

This involved filling Jewel’s abdomen with fluid and then forcing air through her stomach.

They also come with the added bonus of forcing Millennials to learn how to use an iron.

I spent almost a year forcing chicken and fish down my throat while exercising my muscles fiercely in therapy every day.

The city did not provide uniforms, forcing them to wear their own clothes.

1) Employees asked Google executives to stop forcing workers to take harassment and discrimination claims to private arbitration.

Probably without even knowing it, by forcing teens to code their own designs, MySpace was inspiring some of the future coders of America.

But that trade was banned in January, forcing the company to look abroad for other suppliers.

Broadcasters argued that this violated the First Amendment, because the government was controlling their speech, essentially forcing them to present certain points of view.

They also have more informal ways of forcing the Trump administration to comply.

Among other things, courts have held that forcing them to host speech against their will would violate the companies’ own First Amendment rights.

Canada’s stock market suffered a partial shutdown on Friday, forcing TMX to halt trading more than an hour early.

Pokémon Go was the hottest game on earth, but it had the annoying side effect of forcing players to constantly stare at their phones.

She was the daughter of a janitor who lost work after a heart attack, forcing her mother to take a minimum wage job.

In her head, she was screaming at him, forcing him off, and running away.

Rather than taking rule by force, military generals influenced policy changes behind the scenes, eventually forcing Prime Minister Necmettin Erbakan to resign.

Dos Anjos is about putting his opponent near the fence and forcing them to move, to run, to lash out at him clumsily.

The church, however, responded by painting the area in gold and silver, forcing Mauri to confine his project to the nave.

Saudi Arabia has denied holding Hariri against his will or forcing him to resign.

Beyond winning the case, forcing powerful businesses and institutions to publicly grapple with their impact on the planet is an end unto itself.

In 2014, the International Court of Justice ruled Japan’s whaling plan was unscientific, forcing it to call off the 2014-2015 hunt.

That’s forcing the company into frontier markets, including places where geopolitical risks make other oil giants nervous, analysts said.

During the 2012 All-Star game, Dwyane Wade fouled Kobe hard, and broke his nose … forcing K.B.

But the tariff is forcing delays in buying solar panels.

After being discharged from hospital she says the man tried to attack her, forcing her to take refuge at a home for church members.

“We’re forcing someone to do something when we don’t really have to,” Cyrway said.

According to Lewis, the US government is wrong to insist on forcing North Korea to denuclearise.

But almost daily violence from both sides has intensified, forcing thousands of civilians to seek refuge in Cameroon’s French-speaking regions and neighboring countries.

Highlights of the Euro ’76 final Another 2-2 draw followed in Belgrade, forcing penalties.

The pit served to eliminate wall ‘n’ stall by forcing the man along the fence to back track upwards.

forcing Green to become a finisher rather than a facilitator plays against his strengths and into the defense’s hands.

These markets have also played a role in shutting out local businesses and forcing out existing tenants.

In choosing to not include his visual artwork, you’re almost forcing the reader to acknowledge his prowess as a writer.

In part, this consisted of forcing airlines to provide cross-subsidies.

He found himself repeatedly outrunning his own fuel resupply lines, forcing him to slow down to remain fully powered.

But that trade was banned in January, forcing the company to look abroad for other suppliers.

Both vessels suffered explosions, forcing crews to abandon ship and leave them adrift in waters between Gulf Arab states and Iran.

The average NBA career lasts just 4.5 years, forcing most athletes to consider their post-playing options sooner rather than later.

The House tried to override his veto and failed, forcing a shutdown in which millions of workers were furloughed.

The army, according to refugee reports, deliberately set fire to homes, schools, and buildings, sometimes forcing members of the community into the burning structures.

You’re saying what you want it to do; it’s not forcing you into a state of relaxation.

The drones were spotted at the airport on Wednesday evening, forcing it to close its runway in the run up to Christmas.

Trump’s decision caused Ohio Governor John Kasich to pull out of the debate as well, forcing Fox News to cancel the debate.

Why was my diner forcing this age-old tradition to an end?

But regulatory and consumer pressures are forcing established automakers to put more electric vehicles in their fleets over the next several years.

At one point they tried to silence CNN Turk, forcing the evacuation of the studio.

Calhoun’s throw was slightly up the third-base line, forcing Lucroy to move towards an incoming Marisnick.

It is forcing or restricting someone’s ability to breathe or their blood flow.

But the rep says about 450 people showed up, forcing Big D’s to make a food run.

So it upheld a lower court’s injunction forcing the school to let Whitaker use the bathroom that aligns with his gender identity.

Washington accuses China of stealing U.S. intellectual property and forcing American businesses to share their technology with Chinese companies.

However, that route was subsequently blocked forcing people to rely on virtual private networks (VPNs) and the Tor network.

It’s forcing students to drop out of school before getting a degree.

Shkreli filed a $30 million lawsuit against three of his former Retrophin colleagues last month, accusing them of wrongfully forcing him out.

That strategy has pushed Democrats into a corner, forcing them to choose between launching impeachment proceedings or focusing their attention on the 2020 election.

If China and Mexico retaliate, U.S. exports fall, forcing layoffs at American companies that sell to those foreign customers.

Budget delays prevent buying in bulk, as well, forcing the government to spend more on repeated, smaller contracts on everything from food to bullets.

The changes are also forcing insurers to hustle to help clients navigate the maze of paperwork they must complete to keep benefits intact.

Volatile oil pricing, investors shunning equity issues and a shift away from asset-based lending is forcing shale companies to live on operating cash flow.

The mandate in Obamacare was meant to ensure a viable health insurance market by forcing younger and healthier Americans to buy coverage.

Mobile services have turned into commodity services, forcing providers to compete on price.

Leaving without a deal could mean parliament forcing Britain into a general election, he said.

What’s the purpose of forcing people onto the program and risking a backlash that could annihilate the entire project?

Something about this situation is forcing me into deep despair.

China also began to limit cryptocurrency mining, forcing many firms – among them some of the world’s largest – to find bases elsewhere.

The success of Tesla is, by far, the biggest forcing function for the other car makers to get into — 100 percent.

But the deal has faltered in recent months, forcing hundreds of thousands of civilians to flee.

Riyadh already closed its only land border with Qatar last year, forcing Doha to find new routes to trade with other countries.

I hope that in future debates both could get more time, forcing the candidates to explain more thoroughly their strategies to deal with them.

According to the complaint, another player “kicked the hanger several times, forcing it further.”

“What goes against religious liberty is unnecessarily forcing people to be involved who don’t want to be involved,” Rienzi said.

A war forcing people to leave their homes, their lives, and to go and look for shelter on the other side of the border.

That bombing provoked a strong reaction from the Chinese government, forcing President Bill Clinton to admit to the mistake and apologize.

Its original meaning, he joked, was “forcing a bad clearance by the goalkeeper”.

But Yankees, by forcing poor whites to compete with blacks for menial work, had essentially become traitors to their race.

The Moon also challenges Jupiter in Virgo at 9:51 PM, forcing us to get practical about a situation.

The judge granted a no-contact order, forcing Malina to cut off all communication with his neighbor.

forcing development on tribal peoples never brings a longer, happier life,” the report states, “but a shorter, bleaker existence only escaped in death.”

Would forcing its implementation solve any of our problems?

forcing development on tribal peoples never brings a longer, happier life,” the report states, “but a shorter, bleaker existence only escaped in death.”

The California DMV ultimately revoked the registration of the vehicles Uber was testing, forcing the company to ship those vehicles to Arizona.

That’s pretty much all states can do, unless Congress prohibits companies from forcing workers to waive their right to trial.

forcing banks to share data could help tech companies pick off the most lucrative customers.

It’s that forcing everyone into one box is unhealthy.

The gyrfalcon stretched out its wings and gave two powerful flaps, forcing its handler to duck out of the way.

The U.S. text garnered a minimum nine votes – forcing the double veto, while South Africa also voted no.

“Everyone was panicking, they were grabbing children, old people and forcing them to move out.

By forcing the conscience of men.

That could lead to more moderate policies by forcing the parties to share power.

First, he’s brutally hurt in some capacity, forcing him to hibernate out of sight as he recovers.

I support forcing insurance companies to cover all preexisting conditions.

forcing them to move away from this would be virtually certain to cause massive disruptions and serious harm to the US economy.

Facebook Live is forcing journalists to act similarly.

Generally I believe forcing morality onto a public via law doesn’t work well.

If you factor in drawing offensive fouls, he has been among the absolute best in basketball at forcing turnovers over the past decade.

They are, instead, a serious attempt at forcing change after years of neglect by politicians, media, and the general public.

The video in particular has been credited with forcing cities to reconcile with — and sometimes reform — how they police minority neighborhoods.

But another startup might not be in this position, forcing it to take the loan.

According to the officers, Quintonio quickly appeared in front of them, swinging an aluminum and almost striking Rialmo, forcing the officer to move back.

Awareness can go a long way by forcing police officers to consider and try to control their own biases.

But iPhones don’t have the FM chip turned on — forcing Apple devotees to listen to streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.

Two Republican senators also opposed the measure, leading to a 50-50 ballot and forcing Vice President Mike Pence to cast the tie-breaking vote.

It chugs along, forcing its players to go along with its action-adventure romance motions, one generic beat at a time.

pic.twitter.com/XjwfIidCsa The crowd cheered for tough questions on Obamacare and Trump’s ties with Russia, forcing Ernst to answer through jeers and chants.

I support forcing insurance companies to cover all preexisting conditions.

Saudi Arabia has denied forcing Hariri to resign or detaining him.

The lightning had struck the rock we were standing on, shooting electricity through our bodies and forcing us to our knees.

But accounting for the student loan program under fair value rules would end up forcing loan rates up, restricting their availability, or both.

“It’s forcing someone to engage in sexual activity.”

For two years she was at the mercy of the anonymous man who was forcing her to have sex with strangers and worse.

With each hit, the focus blows out, forcing the lens to refocus and momentarily disorienting us.

In January 1991, US troops attacked Iraqi forces, pushing Saddam out of Kuwait and forcing him to sue for peace.

Its business has become increasingly commoditized and competitive, forcing it to explore a sale.

Evans argues that forcing them out of class for any reason increases their chances of quitting school and entering the prison system.

Many labor practices in clean energy, like forcing solar installers to register as independent contractors, also hamper organizing.

In Tchijevsky’s model, the solar activity did not enslave humans, forcing them to do something in particular.

He worries other countries would slap high tariffs on British exports, forcing down what farmers are paid.

forcing Whittaker to dig for the underhook and coming up with a tight right hand could prove a free connection.

Penn’s arms by forcing him to dig for underhooks along the fence, then boxed him up out in the open.

Veterans Marcelo Vallejo and Gabriel Sagastume can recall Argentine officers forcing their colleagues to freeze barefoot for going afield in search of food.

Will a major political or economic crisis break out, forcing reactions and sapping focus?

But he wants to keep some parts, like forcing insurance companies to insure people with preexisting conditions.

Other parts are popular, like forcing insurance companies to cover sick people at an affordable cost.

Volatile oil pricing, investors shunning equity issues and a shift away from asset-based lending is forcing shale companies to live on operating cash flow.

The high-end estimate is 1,000 gigatons, effectively forcing humanity to undo 20 years of global greenhouse gas emissions.

“I don’t mean forcing the bad things into a happy little shape.

But Trump is forcing those choices to actually be made, and tax cuts are winning.

That allowed the Warriors to pack the paint on defense, forcing James into contested shots.

In Mid-March, Citic Guoan missed the quarterly interest payment of the debt, forcing Bank of Beijing to help the group pay 39.45 million yuan.

But new laws in two of the largest provinces are finally forcing universities to draft sexual assault policies.

Komeito’s base is largely pacifist, forcing politicians in that party to walk a fine line when discussing possible constitutional changes.

The U.S. sanctions, aimed at forcing out Maduro, bar U.S. oil dollars from flowing to Venezuela.

Every so often, someone will stop fretting over the ethics of forcing this surgery on a baby to crack a random MacFarlane joke.

In 2012, Massachusetts passed a law forcing automotive companies to share diagnostic information with third party repair shops.

The plan would also end Medicaid expansion in two years, forcing many even lower-income Americans to lose health coverage.

My alarm is compounded by reports that Uber has attempted to silence survivors by forcing them into arbitration to resolve these complaints.

The Republican plan would end the Medicaid expansion in 2020, forcing those who benefited from the expansion to buy coverage on the individual market.

It also settles the divorce bill — or how much the UK will pay the EU for forcing everyone to go through this whole process.

The pope said that Barbarin was “a brave and creative man, a missionary,” and that forcing him to resign now would be premature.

“Cannabis culture is originally an underground culture, but people like me are forcing it overground.

But cutting rates triggered another wave of inflation, forcing the Fed to raise rates once again.

Finally, in December, a 59-foot end section broke off from the array, forcing the organization to tow Wilson back to land for repairs.

Consider the filibuster: In theory, the filibuster should be a forcing mechanism for bipartisanship, by requiring 60 votes in the Senate.

Bleaching occurs when the water is too warm, forcing coral to expel living algae and causing it to calcify and turn white.

Russian-made jammers reportedly have been successful in forcing down drones in the recent past.

The Freedom Caucus has cultivated Trump’s ear, forcing Republican Party leadership to listen to its demands.

Rights groups say the program endangers asylum seekers by forcing them to remain in regions of Mexico experiencing record levels of violence.

Trump’s glacial transition is forcing major offices — including the State Department, the Pentagon, and the Treasury — to operate with vacancies in key roles.

And yet the White House and GOP leadership insist on forcing members to vote on Tuesday.

It didn’t help that Metroid-style games became increasingly en vogue, forcing Owlboy to adjust.

“By forcing yourself to wait 72 hours before making a purchase, you’re putting some space in between desire and action.

They’ve injected the claim that Hillary is physically unfit to be president into the mainstream, forcing the candidate to respond.

But that had little to do with forcing the government to be more transparent.

Jackson was the sponsor of the bill and she pulled it from the floor herself, forcing it back into a conference committee.

More often, ladies are just depicted as a total drag, forcing their fellas to spend time with them doing boring stuff like shopping.

Also, the video, now with a NSFW, genre-appropriate title, was banned in Russia by a court on Wednesday, forcing Navalny to take it down.

Our plan is not about forcing people to buy expensive, one-size-fits-all coverage.

Mueller will be able to issue subpoenas, forcing people to testify and turn over documents.

China has also denied accusations of failing to protect intellectual property rights or of forcing foreign companies to transfer technology.

Trump raged at Tillerson and Mattis, forcing national security adviser H.R.

Trump raged at Tillerson and Mattis, forcing national security adviser H.R.

forcing a reduction of excess production in China, which now supplies half the world’s steel, is a key goal of any potential restrictions.

Some stylists also think the law fundamentally changes the nature of their job—to make people look pretty—by forcing them to become counselors.

In general, the show’s labels frequently make excessive claims, forcing interpretations instead of leaving you free to look for yourself.

The planes were not in jeopardy, but the pilots could not override the computer’s command, forcing the airplanes to dive.

China has also denied accusations of failing to protect intellectual property rights or of forcing foreign companies to transfer technology.

Not forcing Democrats to stake out positions on some of these big issues feels like a huge unforced error on CNN’s fault.

Drake is more banged up than he thought and says his injured ankle is forcing him to postpone his tour.

Kansas City went ahead 3-1 in the bottom of the first, forcing Odorizzi to throw 34 pitches in the process.

If he concludes his caucus won’t unite around a plan, forcing his own members to vote down Obamacare repeal might be his only choice.

And forcing students to back up their answers with evidence from the text is a major focus of the Common Core.

Oil prices plummeted, forcing Pemex to cut his and thousands of other jobs across Mexico.

The two girls lived near each other and were friends before Germany’s Dutch occupation, forcing both families into hiding.

Novartis’s proposals were pretty boilerplate: reducing regulations, speeding up generic drug approvals, forcing changes to insurance benefits for drugs.

There, armed opposition groups have been carrying out deadly attacks on civilians, which are forcing people from their homes.

“Outcome one is capitulation, forcing Iran to further curtail not only its nuclear program but also its regional ambitions,” Sadjadpour said.

After the vote, Netanyahu angrily accused Lieberman of making unrealistic demands and forcing an unnecessary election.

Weak demand was forcing dealers to offer a discount of up to $25 an ounce over official domestic prices, the largest since September 2016.

Mueller will be able to issue subpoenas, forcing people to testify and turn over documents.

And then teams attack, forcing uncomfortable offensive players into making decisions, relentlessly going at substandard defensive players, and generally pressing any advantage they can.

“President Trump’s installation of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general of the United States after forcing the resignation of Jeff Sessions is unconstitutional.

The accord has faltered in recent months, forcing hundreds of thousands of civilians to flee.

Riskier business The fact is that Obamacare is forcing insurers to take on far more risk than they previously did.

They blocked the street outside one venue, delaying Trump and forcing him to enter on foot.

Rather than forcing the college’s hand, Towns chose to remove his own works.

The Trump administration calls those protections “loopholes,” and blames them for “forcing” the administration to keep asylum-seekers in custody by separating families.

Or, more importantly, why I’m forcing him to trust her, for the sake of Clementine’s survival.

Both vessels suffered explosions, forcing crews to abandon ship and leave them adrift in waters between Gulf Arab states and Iran.

US warplanes hammered the Wagner mercenaries, forcing them to withdraw without doing substantial damage to the American positions.

That approach wouldn’t entail forcing someone to speak, Gorsuch said, but rather place the burden of proving fraud on the government.

Snap doesn’t provide revenue guidance, for example, forcing analysts to make their best guess on setting expectations.

This famously caused a gaming community firestorm around the trope that equates female “strength” to forcing them to survive sexualized violence.

“Feces were everywhere, forcing now-disgruntled employees to clean the space,” the plaintiff claims.

Suspended from the ceiling like a dead whale, the piece dominates the darkened gallery, forcing you to scuttle along the periphery.

But they’re also rarely interested in forcing much self-evaluation on the part of their viewers.

Inside they’re hotter at the top than the bottom, forcing dense material down and lighter petroleum products up.

That’s forcing U.S. processors to sell an increasing amount of such parts for pennies to be rendered into food for pets and livestock.

The bill, which he previewed to Vox, would curb how companies do buybacks, forcing them to cut in workers on the action.

After the disaster, some areas near the plant became no-gone zones, forcing many residents to flee their homes.

The LAPD claims that the numbers are forcing it to reconsider some of its own procedures.

The LAPD claims that the numbers are forcing it to reconsider some of its own procedures.

The Bucks rely very heavily on forcing these types of turnovers, especially off deflections.

I hate when companies treat consumers like robots, forcing us to do or watch things we have no interest in.

In essence, May is forcing lawmakers to show their cards on what sort of Brexit, if any, they want.

forcing everyone on the road to detour east to Palmdale to promote local economic development would be unthinkable.

This is one reason for the value of side stepping and forcing an opponent to turn.

He refused to discuss or even acknowledge any of the financial or logistical realities of the situation, forcing me to project-manage my own abandonment.

No way.” Unlike some U.S. politicians, Ansip is opposed to forcing tech companies to open “back doors,” giving governments access to encrypted services.

To complicate matters, Evans’ supporters have repeatedly targeted X on social media, forcing police to rehouse her in a nearby town.

Since then, it’s become a well-shot soap opera: all about the characters and forcing them awkwardly through their next story line.

In Washington and Colorado, judges sided with patients, forcing Medicaid programs to drop treatment restrictions.

Hindus refused to sell houses to Muslims, forcing them to set up ghettos on the edges of the prosperous city.

Ideally, forcing people onto Cjdns so that they can’t see anything outside of this.

Gowdy, by forcing Comey to admit that these people could have had access to relevant information, was seemingly intentionally fueling a conspiracy theory.

It runs into an informational problem that is not solved by forcing people to have skin in the game.

It’s not about forcing Phillips or anyone else to celebrate anything; it’s only about discrimination, which carries no constitutional protections.

A new wildfire in Alberta has quickly grown out of control, forcing the evacuation of another community located near an energy plant.

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