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  • Enforcedly — Enforced En*forced , a. Compelled; forced; not voluntary. Enforced wrong. Enforced smiles. Shak. {En*for ced*ly}, adv. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • enforcedly — adverb see enforced …   Useful english dictionary

  • Angola–Soviet Union relations — Soviet Angolan relations were close until the Angolan government renounced Marxist Leninism in 1990 and adopted a pro Western foreign policy. The close, personal relationship between President Agostinho Neto and Cuban leader Fidel Castro… …   Wikipedia

  • enforce — enforceable, adj. enforceability, n. enforcedly /en fawr sid lee, fohr /, adv. enforcer, n. enforcive, adj. /en fawrs , fohrs /, v.t., enforced, enforcing. 1. to put or keep in force; compel obedience to: to enforce a rule; Traffic laws will be… …   Universalium

  • enforce — verb compel compliance with (a law, rule, or obligation). ↘cause to happen by necessity or force. Derivatives enforceability noun enforceable adjective enforced adjective enforcedly adverb enforcement noun enforcer noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • enforce — /ɛnˈfɔs / (say en faws), /ən / (say uhn ) verb (t) (enforced, enforcing) 1. to put or keep in force; compel obedience to: to enforce laws; to enforce rules. 2. to obtain (payment, obedience, etc.) by force or compulsion. 3. to impose (a course of …   Australian English dictionary

  • enforce — v.tr. 1 compel observance of (a law etc.). 2 (foll. by on, upon) impose (an action, conduct, one s will). 3 persist in (a demand or argument). Derivatives: enforceable adj. enforceability n. enforcedly adv. enforcer n. Etymology: ME f. OF… …   Useful english dictionary

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