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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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If forced to fire, many simply fired into the air, deliberately missing their targets.
Because the Air Force shows little interest in providing close support for troops, the Army is forced to invest undue amounts in attack helicopters, which are both costlier than comparable airplanes ($10 million for the Apache antitank helicopter, versus about $7 million for most A10s) and far more vulnerable to being shot down.
He challenged me, pushed me, cajoled me, and forced me to improve; to get the mission done and to prepare me for the future.