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deforce

to withhold property, especially land, wrongfully or by force from the rightful owner or to eject or keep forcibly from possession of property.
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El verdadero tour deforce en la evolucion del concepto de precursor en la teoria de Borges se halla registrado en el articulo "La eternidad y T.
It might be argued that translation into Irish would have further enhanced the volume but, as it stands, the anthology is already a tour deforce.
TOUR DEFORCE Emulate the Tour de France big boys in July by tackling Yorkshire's Leeds-to-H arrogate leg for charities including Macmillan.
En este tour deforce, las ideas de Norberto Bobbio desempenaron un papel importante para romper con la idea de que la democracia estaba casada con el capitalismo.
Smet A, Van Nieuwerburgh F, Vandekerckhove TTM, Martel A, Deforce D, Butaye P et al.
His latest work, a mild-mannered but incisive tour deforce of intellectual history, examines a particular aspect of American self-perception-and finds it seriously problematic.
Dieter Deforce from the University of Ghent, one of the NXTGNT partners.
Al examinar los escritos de Bolivar Echeverria sobre el barroco--especialmente su tour deforce, La modernidad de lo barroco y los ensayos compilados en Vuelta de siglo--llama la atencion la variedad de significados que le atribuye a este concepto.
So, for instance, before scrutinizing Flaubert, Arac masterfully describes the important theoretical takes on realista, ranging from New Criticism to structuralism and post-, from Marxista to Foucauldianism, in a three-page tour deforce he self-deprecatingly calls the "breathtakingly high road of rapid summary" (113).
Van Nieuwerburgh FC, Vande Casteele SR, Maes L, Goossens A, Inze D, Van Bocxlaer J, Deforce DL (2006) Quantitation of artemisinin and its biosynthetic precursors in Artemisia annua L.
It was a technological tour deforce, and one that certainly prefigured Ford SYNC and MyFord Touch.