EXFOR

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AcronymDefinition
EXFORExperimental Force
EXFORExchange Format (for experimental nuclear reaction data)
EXFORExercise Force
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"I see this app as ideal for basic communication and questioning when encountering the local population," said another staff sergeant from the Exercise Force. "I like that the logs are automatically recorded on the EUD for later reference." The local Exercise Force Commander echoed the teams' comments, "Even though the app is not 100 percent accurate, it enables communication and understanding."
From the beginning, the architects of the UN recognized that, as with all governments, only the ability to exercise force could confer legitimacy.
did move beyond Israel's agenda in calling for both sides to "make their best efforts to avoid actions during the interim period that undermine the environment for the negotiations," and the envisionment of Palestinian autonomy as leading to a mutually respectful relationship "in which both sides eschew violence." Such a requirement, if legally encoded and enforced, would have drastically curtailed Israel's ability to exercise force in the territories; it also recognized that Israel, too, was capable of provocation and violence.
Concern about abuses by private security personnel leads the authors to call for a system of licensing and accreditation and to argue that private security staff should not be permitted a greater right to exercise force than any member of the public.
The Iranian leader further reminded the country's team of negotiators once again to pay good heed to the redlines, "but never allow the other side to impose its will, exercise force, humiliate or threaten you".
Bush, which has grown increasingly fond of declaring that it reserves the right to exercise force with or without the approval stamp of a Security Council resolution.
The Iranian leader further reminded the country's team of negotiators once again to pay good heed to the red lines, "but never allow the other side to impose its will, exercise force, humiliate or threaten you".
Etherborn's puzzling exercise forces your brain to operate in an entirely new and enthralling way.
Aerobic exercise forces blood vessels to expand and contract, keeping them flexible.
However, this exercise forces you to really consider your expectations about the business' future needs over an extended period.
Exercise forces arteries to expand and contract, preventing plaque from accumulating.