forcible po angielsku

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adj. strongly convincing; coercive; strong; done through force

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"The impression was forcible--" the prince began.
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A forcible bringing cannot be carried out at the night time, save for the instances when the matter brooks no delay.
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Again in Kapalabhati, Puraka is very long and mild, but Rechaka is too quick and forcible.
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Transience, then, the forcible abbreviation of man's relationships, is not merely a condition of the external world.
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In the current situation it is absurd to settle more immigrants in Europe in such a forcible manner.
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Solving female poverty involves more than just forcible intervention in the family environment.
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There was no decision at Helsinki to mandate crisis management or forcible peace-making.
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We are also following closely complaints from the opposition over 'forcible conscription' to the army.
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In the EU, it is called crisis management, which also includes forcible peace-making.
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His historic speech was very forcible.
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