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The act or an instance of requiring
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  1. The act or an instance of requiring
  2. Something required; something obligatory or demanded, as a condition
  3. Something needed; necessity; need
(Electronics) A result of implementing something; a finished product, system or device.
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  1. (Electronics) A result of implementing something; a finished product, system or device.
  2. The process of moving an idea from concept to reality. In business, engineering and other fields, implementation refers to the building process rather than the design process.
The role that the passage of time plays in the making and ending of certain rights. A way to acquire an easement on or in real property belonging to another by occupying it continuously for a prescribed period of time. See also adverse possession. The role that the passage of time plays in the making and ending of certain rights. A way to acquire an easement on or in real property belonging to another by occupying it continuously for a prescribed period of time. See also adverse possession.
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  1. The role that the passage of time plays in the making and ending of certain rights. A way to acquire an easement on or in real property belonging to another by occupying it continuously for a prescribed period of time. See also adverse possession. The role that the passage of time plays in the making and ending of certain rights. A way to acquire an easement on or in real property belonging to another by occupying it continuously for a prescribed period of time. See also adverse possession.
  2. A doctor's written direction for the preparation and use of medicine, the grinding of lenses for eyeglasses, etc.
  3. A written order, especially by a physician, for the preparation and administration of a medicine or other treatment.
An exacted fee, tax, etc.
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  1. An exacted fee, tax, etc.
  2. An exacting, as of money, time, etc.
  3. Excessive or unjust demand; extortion.
That which compels; driving force
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  1. That which compels; driving force
  2. (Psychol.) An irresistible, repeated, irrational impulse to perform some act
  3. (Psychiatry) An act or ritual that a person feels compelled to perform repeatedly, often to reduce the distress caused by an obsession.
One that restricts, limits, or regulates; a check:
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  1. One that restricts, limits, or regulates; a check:
  2. (Mathematics) A condition that a solution to an optimization problem must satisfy.
  3. The threat or use of force to prevent, restrict, or dictate the action or thought of others.
Power or ability to coerce.
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  1. Power or ability to coerce.
  2. The improper use of economic power to alter, shape, or otherwise control the actions of another.
  3. Constrain or restrain by physical force or the threat of such force. See also duress and undue influence.
The force per unit area that one region of a gas, liquid, or solid exerts on another. Pressure is usually measured in Pascal units, atmospheres, or pounds per square inch. &diamf3; A substance is said to have negative pressure if some other substance exerts more force per unit area on it than vice versa. Its value is simply the negative of the pressure exerted by the other substance.
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  1. The force per unit area that one region of a gas, liquid, or solid exerts on another. Pressure is usually measured in Pascal units, atmospheres, or pounds per square inch. &diamf3; A substance is said to have negative pressure if some other substance exerts more force per unit area on it than vice versa. Its value is simply the negative of the pressure exerted by the other substance.
  2. (--- Sports) Sustained, effective play that puts an opponent at a disadvantage:
  3. (Meteorology) Atmospheric pressure.
Constraint or difficulty caused by misfortune:
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  1. Constraint or difficulty caused by misfortune:
  2. The application of force, or the threat of force, to compel another to act against his or her will. Used as a defense in criminal and contractual matters, for example, that a defendant participated in a crime because held at gunpoint, or signed a contract only under the threat of physical harm. See also economic duress. The application of force, or the threat of force, to compel another to act against his or her will. Used as a defense in criminal and contractual matters, for example, that a defendant participated in a crime because held at gunpoint, or signed a contract only under the threat of physical harm. See also economic duress.
  3. (Law) A fraud achieved through the use of a threat or compulsion:
Civil law exerted over citizens by military, generally in times of war or emergency. Civil law exerted over citizens by military, generally in times of war or emergency.
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  1. Civil law exerted over citizens by military, generally in times of war or emergency. Civil law exerted over citizens by military, generally in times of war or emergency.
  2. The law imposed on an occupied territory by occupying military forces.
  3. Rules by military authorities, especially when imposed on a civilian population in time of war or other crisis, or in an occupied territory
The binding power of a contract, promise, etc.
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  1. The binding power of a contract, promise, etc.
  2. A moral or legal duty to perform or to not perform some action.
  3. A binding, formal arrangement or an agreement to a liability to pay a specified amount or to do a certain thing for a person or group of persons. See also duty and liability.
(Chiefly philosophy) Necessity, understood as a logical or other philosophical principle, or as a law or force of nature.
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  1. (Chiefly philosophy) Necessity, understood as a logical or other philosophical principle, or as a law or force of nature.
(Archaic) Effective, punitive, or destructive action.
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  1. (Archaic) Effective, punitive, or destructive action.
  2. The manner, style, or result of performance:
  3. (Law) A writ or order, issued by a court, giving authority to put a judgment into effect
The act of impelling or the condition of being impelled:
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  1. The act of impelling or the condition of being impelled:
  2. Movement or tendency to move resulting from this force; impetus
  3. Motion produced by an impelling force; momentum.
The act or an instance of insisting
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  1. The act or an instance of insisting
  2. The quality of being insistent
A choice between what is available and nothing; a lack of an alternative.
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  1. A choice between what is available and nothing; a lack of an alternative.
  2. The choice of taking either the primary option or nothing.
A spinelike process, as on the wings or legs of certain birds
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  1. A spinelike process, as on the wings or legs of certain birds
  2. Any of various pointed devices worn on the heel by the rider of a horse and used to urge the horse forward
  3. A spinelike outgrowth of bone, as on the human heel, resulting from injury, disease, etc.
An instrument, either a flexible rod or a flexible thong or lash attached to a handle, used for driving animals or administering corporal punishment.
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  1. An instrument, either a flexible rod or a flexible thong or lash attached to a handle, used for driving animals or administering corporal punishment.
  2. (--- Brit.) A call issued to party members in a lawmaking body to be in attendance to vote on a certain issue
  3. A dessert made of sugar and whipped cream, stiffly beaten egg whites, or gelatin, and often fruit
A stroke or blow with or as if with a whip.
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  1. A stroke or blow with or as if with a whip.
  2. A stroke with or as with a whip; switch
  3. A lacerating presence or power:
A resorting to strict or stricter measures of discipline or punishment
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  1. A resorting to strict or stricter measures of discipline or punishment
  2. An act or example of forceful regulation, repression, or restraint:
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