in physics, one of the four fundamental forces that occur in nature and affect the structure of the universe, including gravitation, electromagnetism, strong force, and weak force
A programming language by Andrew K. Wright. [“Polymorphism in the Compiled Language ForceOne”, G.V. Cormack et al, Proc 20th Annual Hawaii Intl Conf on System Sciences, 1987, pp.284-292]. [“Design of the Programming Language ForceOne”, A.K. Wright, MS Thesis, U Waterloo 1987]. (1994-10-24)
[fawrs-out, fohrs-] /ˈfɔrsˌaʊt, ˈfoʊrs-/ noun, Baseball. 1. a put-out of a base runner on a force play.
noun, Baseball. 1. a situation in which a base runner is forced to advance to a base or to home plate as a result of the batter becoming a base runner or to make room for another base runner.
[fawr-suh ps, -seps] /ˈfɔr səps, -sɛps/ noun, plural forceps, forcipes [fawr-suh-peez] /ˈfɔr səˌpiz/ (Show IPA) 1. an instrument, as pincers or tongs, for seizing and holding objects, as in surgical operations. 2. Anatomy, Zoology. a part or feature resembling a forceps, especially a pair of appendages at the posterior of certain insects. /ˈfɔːsɪps/ noun (pl) […]