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to cause (a person or thing) to act or move in spite of resistance

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The Euro-Motion valve provides the same benefits as our original Diamond Valve, but with an ergonomic, it is better suited to the contemporary design of the Compel lavatory faucet," said Jackson.
Paratore found that, while Compel is a very robust sales compensation management solution, it is easy to learn and use and requires very little training to become self sufficient.
We have continued to take market share and it is heartening to see Compel growing once again.
Compel said that on the final day of the period allowed by the sale agreement, SCH had written to the group 'making certain warranty and indemnity claims' amounting to approximately pounds 3.
To ``establish'' a religion meant to legally recognize a particular religion as the official religion of the nation and to compel taxpayers to pay the salaries of its ministers.
In a statement to the Stock Exchange, SCH confirmed it was mulling over making an offer for Compel to counter the pounds 85 million bid placed on the table by rival IT group Computacenter.
In 1995, the authority to compel officer accountability under Garrity immunity was illustrated in Wiley v.
Shares in computer services company Compel were given a much-needed lift yesterday as computer distributer Computacenter declared it was interested in taking over the company.
24) "Where police officers continue to talk to a suspect after he asserts his rights and where they do so in a benign way, without coercion or tactics that compel him to speak,"(25) no successful Section 1983 action should result.
11 million-worth of shares in financial software group Compel.