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The multinational and multi-confessional federations and empires of Europe and the Middle East were pulled apart by the centrifugal forces of modernization.
Indeed, tax reform is the holy grail of the GOP, and its centrifugal forces can be felt in both houses.
Dreams of independence many Catalans have sustained for decades will be tested in the referendum that reflects the deep fault lines in Spanish identity and the centrifugal forces still at play in Europe.
After that, the centrifugal force will become even stronger as the team’s young players ride the salary escalator upward.
The outward centrifugal force should therefore get the upper hand and widen the eye.
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physics : a force that causes an object moving in a circular path to move out and away from the center of its path
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