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HEIR, FORCED. Forced heirs are those who cannot be disinherited. This term is used among the civilians. Vide Forced heirs

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It represents the end of an era, not only for government action, but for a political subject that came to life in 1997, in the heat of armed conflict, with the official acceptance of the term forcedly displaced people and afterwards the recognition of special vulnerabilities--and agency--of displaced women.
Gerek, 2007) The movements of jumping, spining and falling down is applied forcedly in Turkish folk dances.
And the demoniac heroine practically forcedly thrusts a pistol as a present into the hands of Lovborg, who misses the point of what he's expected to do while she explains with a parting wish to have a beautiful death.
However, this novel underlines how female characters are much better defined and expanded in Goli's most recent writings, though sometimes they are charged with negativity: as into the case of Zeinab, an ambiguous girl who intrudes herself in the writer's house, pretending to be a victim of a machination (Taraqqi, 1992) and of Delbar, a former baby sitter of Taraqqi's children, who has become a torturer after the Revolution and by whom the writer is now forcedly confronted and challenged.
Most of these may be interpreted, however forcedly, as alluding to stories in which God or a figure with divine authority acts on behalf of a person.
Venezuela's state-media said that three of the eight private banks that were forcedly shut will reopen on December 21 as state-run institutions.
However, Marvell's mirror instructs as well as reflects, so that, as "prelate of the grove" (592), Marvell can demonstrate to the retired Fairfax the temptation and even danger of remaining in a state of potential and not action: Marvell the Sprecher is forcedly taken by the wood, embroidered with oak leaves (587), clasped by ivy (589-90), bound by woodbines (609), chained by brambles (615), and nailed by briars (616).
Umm Hamdi wiped away tears from a suddenly, forcedly, cheerful expression.
These muscles can be easily strained from a running back that may carry the ball 20 times a game and forcedly "drive" his feet into the turf for extra yards.
METHODOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE INTERVENTION PROJECT ENTITLED "ORGANIZATION AND PARTICIPATION FOR THE STRENGTHENING OF THE SOCIAL CAPITAL OF AN ASSOCIATIVE GROUP OF FORCEDLY DISPLACED PERSONS DUE TO VIOLENCE IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF MANIZALES"
The reader is then shown the hidden side of the bourgeois by means of the representation of Renfield as forcedly separated from his middle-class society and confined under the gaze and study of the medical professionals who were to establish his deviations from bourgeois norms.
Since the middle of the eighteenth century art theorists and philosophers had increasingly criticised allegories as forcedly intellectual, dry, obscure.