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force majeure definition

  • noun:
    • Superior or overpowering power.
    • surprise or uncontrollable event.
    • an overwhelming force
    • an unavoidable disaster, especially the one that stops somebody from satisfying a legal responsibility
    • better power.
    • an all natural and unavoidable disaster that interrupts the expected length of events
    • better or overpowering power.
    • an urgent or uncontrollable event.
    • better or overwhelming power.
    • An unexpected or uncontrollable event.
    • an overwhelming force
    • an unavoidable disaster, particularly one that prevents some body from satisfying a legal obligation
    • Superior power.
    • an all natural and inevitable catastrophe that interrupts the expected length of occasions
    • a formidable power
    • an unavoidable disaster, specially one which prevents someone from rewarding a legal obligation
    • Superior power.
    • a normal and unavoidable catastrophe that interrupts the expected span of occasions
    • better or overwhelming force.
    • An unexpected or uncontrollable event.
    • an overwhelming force
    • an unavoidable disaster, particularly the one that prevents somebody from fulfilling a legal responsibility
    • Superior force.
    • a natural and unavoidable catastrophe that interrupts the expected course of occasions
    • Superior or overwhelming force.
    • an urgent or uncontrollable event.
    • a formidable power
    • an unavoidable catastrophe, specially one that prevents some body from fulfilling a legal obligation
    • exceptional power.
    • an all-natural and inevitable catastrophe that interrupts the expected span of occasions
    • exceptional or overwhelming power.
    • An unexpected or uncontrollable event.
    • an overwhelming power
    • better or overpowering power.
    • better or overpowering power.
    • surprise or uncontrollable event.
    • surprise or uncontrollable event.
    • an overwhelming force
    • a formidable power
    • an unavoidable disaster, especially the one that prevents some one from fulfilling a legal responsibility
    • exceptional or overwhelming force.
    • an unavoidable catastrophe, especially one that prevents someone from rewarding a legal obligation
    • Superior or overpowering power.
    • better force.
    • Superior force.
    • an urgent or uncontrollable occasion.
    • an all-natural and inevitable disaster that interrupts the expected span of occasions
    • an unavoidable disaster, specially the one that stops some one from rewarding a legal obligation
    • an all-natural and inevitable catastrophe that interrupts the expected course of occasions
    • an overwhelming power
    • an unavoidable disaster, specifically one which stops some one from satisfying a legal obligation
    • Superior or overwhelming power.
    • Superior or overwhelming power.
    • exceptional power.
    • an all-natural and inevitable disaster that interrupts the expected length of events
    • An unexpected or uncontrollable occasion.
    • an urgent or uncontrollable occasion.
    • exceptional power.
    • An unexpected or uncontrollable event.
    • a formidable force
    • an overwhelming force
    • a formidable power
    • an all natural and inevitable catastrophe that interrupts the expected length of events
    • an unavoidable disaster, especially the one that stops some one from satisfying a legal obligation
    • an unavoidable disaster, specially one that stops someone from rewarding a legal responsibility
    • an unavoidable catastrophe, particularly one which stops somebody from fulfilling a legal responsibility
    • exceptional force.
    • exceptional power.
    • Superior power.
    • an all-natural and inevitable catastrophe that interrupts the expected length of activities
    • an all natural and inevitable catastrophe that interrupts the expected length of events
    • a natural and inevitable disaster that interrupts the expected span of activities
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