forcibly : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words

forcibly

fawr suhb lee

  • r  in a forcible manner
    keep in mind the dangers of imposing our own values and prejudices too forcibly

  • And in an ominous extension of its military reach, the UWSA has broken out of its traditional territory by forcibly relocating tens of thousands of Wa villagers to strategic .
  • Last September, Grillo used his blog to rally marchers in nearly 300 Italian towns for his "Fuck Off Day," to encourage citizens to forcibly remove from office members of the .
  • Of the tens of thousands of pliable youths forcibly inducted into the Chinese sports system in the 1960s, Li was one of the handful to possess genuine, world-beating talent.
News & Articles

  • Violent crackdown follows Erdogan's speech
    Riot police advanced on protesters in Istanbul's Taksim Square shortly after Prime Minister Erdogan warned the peaceful demonstrators to clear out or be forcibly removed.
    June 15, 2013 - The Christian Science Monitor
  • Flap over Lynchburg geese becomes a federal case
    LYNCHBURG — Dozens of geese reside on the waters of the Lake Vista subdivision in Forest, but they may soon be forcibly evicted.
    June 15, 2013 - Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • Parks Service Seeks Input On Tule Lake Internment Camp
    TULE LAKE, Calif. — Japanese Americans living on the West Coast were forcibly removed and incarcerated in remote camps during World War II without being charged of any crime. The National Park Service is seeking public comment to develop a management plan for one of those internment camps.
    June 14, 2013 - Hood River News
Quotes

  • Babur in Washington Post
    The IOC cannot want an Olympics that is tainted with human rights abuses _ whether families forcibly evicted from their homes to make way for sports arenas or growing numbers of peaceful activists held under house arrest,Baber said.
  • Kishore Kumar in Forbes
    The situation was aggravated by some Christians forcibly stopping the 80-year-old Hindu leader Laxmanananda Saraswati and attempting to attack him,said Giriraj Kishore of the VHP.
  • Stephen Harper in Reuters South Africa
    The government of Canada now recognizes that it was wrong to forcibly remove children from their homes and we apologize for having done this,said Harper.

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image