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by/through force of circumstance(s)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishby/through force of circumstance(s)by/through force of circumstance(s)British EnglishEFFECT/INFLUENCE if something happens by force of circumstance, events outside your control make it happen force
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by/through force of circumstance(s)Like all Trolls they will eat anything and through force of circumstance they tend to eat a lot of rocks.Some sectors, moreover, lagged behind completely, by force of circumstances or on account of reluctance to abandon traditional ways.Ware was a strict Palladian by upbringing but a stylistic schizoid by force of circumstances.
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