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A Force To Be Reckoned With »
(strong; powerful; able to compete...)


Force Someone Or Something Down Someone's Throat »
(force one to do something that they don't want to do...)


Force Someone Out Of Office »
(a person is pressured to quit or leave an elected position...)


Force Someone To The Wall »
(force a person to make a decision that they did not want to make...)


Force Someone's Hand »
(a person is forced to take action...)


Out In Force »
(there were many of them...)


Break In »
(enter by force...)


Do One's Own Thing »
(do what you like to do and not what others force you to do...)


Get Physical With Someone »
(touch that persons body; use physical force to strike or move a person...)


Get The Hard Sell »
(one is trying to force someone to buy something...)


If Push Comes To Shove »
(if we have to use force...)


Nail Someone Or Something Down »
(force them to commit to something...)


Shut Someone Up »
(force that person to stop talking; stop one from making noise...)


Twist Someone's Arm »
(force one to do it...)


Wild Horses Couldn't Drag Someone »
(No power will force one to do it...)




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