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

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In any event, anyone who takes the absoludst position that compelled noncommercial speech is always unconstitutional should take note of the judiciary's ability to compel witness testimony without anyone ever suggesting the existence of a First Amendment problem with such compelled speech.
raised by laws that compel speech, the Court laid out a new test for
However, Wistron and Compel both announced recently at their investor conferences that the outlook of tablet shipment to be quite optimistic next year.
"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.
Defendant moved pursuant to Rule 45(c)(3)(A) to quash the subpoena, arguing that the district court lacked the authority to subpoena a foreign resident to appear in the United States for a deposition, and that Plaintiff was attempting to circumvent the proper procedure for compelling Rosenruist's testimonial deposition as outlined by the TTAB in its order denying the Plaintiff's initial motion to compel, and that service of the subpoena on counsel for Defendant was ineffective even if the subpoena was valid.
* COMPEL'S EASE OF USE AND SUPPORT FOR AUTOMATING AND MANAGING COMPLEX PLAN RULES WOULD ENABLE ACCURACY TO SOAR TO 100%.
(22) Perhaps what one could conclude is that when government compels adults actively to assert propositions in which they do not believe, (1) government trenches on autonomy to a greater extent than it would were people merely subjected to government speech, and if government's purpose is to cause those compelled to speak to come to believe what they are compelled to assert, then either (2) government will be ineffective, making the infringement of autonomy pointless, or (3) government will be effective, but only through bypassing the compelled adults' rational capacities, which is objectionable.
Compel said that for the six months to December 31 revenues climbed 18 per cent to pounds 29.3 million.
SCO has also filed a motion to compel discovery, on November 4, asking for more information from IBM, while issuing an opposition to IBM's motion to compel, stating that it had already answered IBM's questions.
15403, if all beneficiaries of an irrevocable trust consent, they may compel modification or termination of the trust unless the court finds that a material purpose remains for continuance of the trust and that purpose outweighs reasons advanced for termination or modification.
Durable, sound-deadening belly pans for diesel models of DaimlerChrysler's PT Cruiser have been created by HP Peizer Automotive Systems using Compel PP-GF30-0501 polypropylene long fiber-reinforced thermoplastic (LFRT) rather than fiberglass-reinforced sheet molded compound (SMC), reports Ticona.
Compel products, long made and sold in Europe, are now being manufactured in the U.S.
This year, the task has been a real pleasure, and I want to recommend three truly wonderful books that are a delight to read, and compel us to rethink our cultural history.
Compel enables users to create and deliver presentations incorporating, in addition to graphics and clip-art, such relative newcomers to the field of computing as video and sound clips, as well as pictures taken from photo compact discs.
But if we need to move away from the suffocating regulations that compel inputs, why is outcome-based education not the answer?