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in force

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin forcein forcea) SCLOBEYif a law, rule etc is in force, it already exists The trade embargo has been in force for a year. b) LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTin a large group, especially in order to protest about something syn in large numbers Villagers turned out in force to protest about the new road. force
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turned out in forceAbrams's message seemed well received by the crowd, which had turned out in force for the early-morning session.Ranchers turned out in force to hear him; the crowd was a bobbing sea of black and white cowboy hats.The stars turned out in force to see Bono and the boys bring a mega tour to a close.
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