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accomplished by force

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impelled by physical force especially against resistance

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20) The Court of Appeal in Mullin adopted the Australian High Court's approach in McHale v Watson (21) to the relevance of the participants' age to the issue of forcibility, and thus held that what was relevant was whether an ordinarily prudent child of the same age would have appreciated the risk of injury rather than whether an ordinarily prudent adult would have done so.
The SACD format serves to further underline the forcibility of Poltera's creation, which has taken up the gauntlet thrown down by his contemporaries Hornung, Moser, Muller-Schott and Klinger.
The energetic and poignant composition is delivered with technical accuracy and agogic forcibility, revealing the courage to make use of the extreme dynamic range.
On the other hand, all the ferocity, self-confident forcibility and engrossing narrativity notwithstanding, the ensemble have somewhat shorn the Smetana pieces of the flashes of humaneness through which the music can caress and move the listener by the Czech melodics.
This album serves to prove Karel Dohnal's artistic mastery, supported by his technical brilliance, intonation purity, expressive forcibility, as well as the courage to immerse himself In some of the not overly explored waters of the clarinet repertoire.