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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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This study aims to investigate the differences in mechanical properties between the forcedly and naturally saturated coal samples.
Then, all values of [mathematical expression not reproducible] are forcedly to be reset due to the previous slot which is not feasible for wireless communication anymore.
Unfortunately, several plant fossil sites lack such datasets, so that their dating is difficult, and often forcedly attempted on the floristic composition detected in the strata (e.g., Szafer, 1954; Gregor, 1982; Mai & Walther, 1988, 1991; Mai, 1999, 2000, 2004; Martinetto, 1999; Mai & Wahnert, 2000).
The peak in drug concentration occurs in the 0 to 2-cm section of hair for both quetiapine and sertraline, suggesting that these drugs were accidentally or intentionally or forcedly ingested in a non negligible amount before acute intoxication and consequent hospitalization.
He was only 17 years old in 1943, when the Germans forcedly recruited young Latvian men to fight against Russia.
This causes a premature blast in the expansion chamber (combustion chamber) and the upcoming pistons are forcedly punched backwards midway, while they were coming up, leading to knocking -- the worst thing that could happen to any engine, causing it to disintegrate.
In AHMM-CTP, the top policies are allowed to be changed and are executed from top to bottom, which means the subplans can be terminated forcedly when the top policies are interrupted.
Though, the basic principle of all religions is "love", our leaders are ardent in forcedly imposing their religious sentiments on all people instead of encouraging this value.
A few are; (a) that it would cost petrol and parking fees to travel to Pwllheli; (b) that Nefyn is the cheapest library of all maintained by Gwynedd; (c) that the visit of a 'mobile' library once a month would not replace the current service, and anyway its stock of books would, forcedly, be much less; (d) that we pay our rates for services which include the Nefyn public library - are we to have our rates reduced if the library is closed?