irresistible+force

  • 1irresistible force — see force 1 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 2Irresistible force — *The term irresistible force (or unstoppable force ) is part of the formulation of a classic paradox (see irresistible force paradox). *Irresistible Force (production identity) is the production identity of ambient DJ Mixmaster Morris. *… …

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  • 3irresistible force — A force incapable of being resisted, repelled or overcome; an overwhelming force, such as that of a mob …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 4irresistible force — A term applied to such an interposition of human agency as is, from its nature and power, absolutely uncontrollable; as the inroads of a hostile army. See also act of God …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 5irresistible force — A term applied to such an interposition of human agency as is, from its nature and power, absolutely uncontrollable; as the inroads of a hostile army. See also act of God …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 6Irresistible force paradox — The Irresistible force paradox, also the unstoppable force paradox, is a classic paradox formulated as follows:: What happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object? Common responses to this paradox resort to logic and… …

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  • 7force — [ fɔrs ] n. f. • 1080; bas lat. fortia, plur. neutre substantivé de fortis → 1. fort; forcer I ♦ La force de qqn. 1 ♦ Puissance d action physique (d un être, d un organe). Force physique; force musculaire. ⇒ résistance, robustesse, vigueur. Force …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 8forcé — force [ fɔrs ] n. f. • 1080; bas lat. fortia, plur. neutre substantivé de fortis → 1. fort; forcer I ♦ La force de qqn. 1 ♦ Puissance d action physique (d un être, d un organe). Force physique; force musculaire. ⇒ résistance, robustesse, vigueur …

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  • 9Irresistible — may refer to:In music: * Irresistible (album), a 2001 album by Jessica Simpson ** Irresistible (song), a single from the album * Irresistible (Tammi Terrell album), a 1969 album by Tammi Terrell * Irresistible (Mariah Carey song), a single by… …

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  • 10irresistible — I adjective cogent, compelling, forceful, forcible, formidable, impossible to overcome, impossible to resist, impossible to withstand, indomitable, insuperabilis, invictus, invincible, mighty, omnipotent, overpowering, overwhelming, potent,… …

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  • 11force — 1 n 1: a cause of motion, activity, or change intervening force: a force that acts after another s negligent act or omission has occurred and that causes injury to another: intervening cause at cause irresistible force: an unforeseeable event esp …

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  • 12Force majeure — (French for superior force ) is a common clause in contracts which essentially frees both parties from liability or obligation when an extraordinary event or circumstance beyond the control of the parties, such as war, strike, riot, crime, act of …

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  • 13force majeure — force′ ma•jeure′ [[t]mæˈʒɜr, mɑ [/t]] n. 1) cvb an overwhelming or irresistible force 2) law an event or effect that may be considered impossible to control or anticipate • Etymology: 1880–85; < F: lit., superior force …

    From formal English to slang

  • 14force ma|jeure — «frs ma ZHERR», plural forces majeures «frs ma ZHERR». French. 1. a superior or overpowering force. 2. Law. an irresistible force; act of God that permits a party to refuse to perform a contract …

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  • 15irresistible — ir|re|sis|ti|ble [ ,ırı zıstəbl ] adjective 1. ) strong or powerful and impossible to control or defeat: The team appears to be an irresistible force this season. The arguments for a change in the law are irresistible. 2. ) impossible to refuse,… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 16irresistible — UK [ˌɪrɪˈzɪstəb(ə)l] / US adjective 1) strong or powerful and impossible to control or defeat The team appears to be an irresistible force this season. The arguments for a change in the law are irresistible. 2) impossible to refuse, not want, or… …

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  • 17force — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Vulgar Latin *fortia, from Latin fortis strong Date: 14th century 1. a. (1) strength or energy exerted or brought to bear ; cause of motion or change ; active power < the forces of nature …

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  • 18force — The impetus of power; physical power or strength exerted against a person or thing. 5 Am J2d Arr § 80; 6 Am J2d Asslt & B §§ 5, 39. Not necessarily confined to a physical manifestation; there may be an exertion of force through the practice of a&#8230; …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 19force majeure — /fors mazhur/ mszhar/ In the law of insurance, superior or irresistible force. Such clause is common in construction contracts to protect the parties in the event that a part of the contract cannot be performed due to causes which are outside the …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 20force majeure — /fors mazhur/ mszhar/ In the law of insurance, superior or irresistible force. Such clause is common in construction contracts to protect the parties in the event that a part of the contract cannot be performed due to causes which are outside the …

    Black's law dictionary