forcing house

forcing house

n
(Agriculture) a place where growth or maturity (as of fruit, animals, etc) is artificially hastened
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forcing house

n
(Agr etc) → Gewächshaus nt
(fig: = school) → Lernfabrik f
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It could also fuel demand in places where first-time buyer properties are already scarce - forcing house prices upwards.
Thanks to the shutdown of in-house cameras by the House leadership, O'Rourke broke House rules and livestreamed from his iPhone most of the 26-hour demonstration aimed at forcing House Republicans to agree to votes on gun control legislation.
It should embark on a massive state-backed building programme for affordable housing, clamp down on offshore speculators forcing house prices out of the reach of Kiwi families and build more state houses rather than selling them off, Andrew Little says.
At one time, gardeners had a forcing house or shed specially designed for this type of work.
The rapidly emerging economies of China and India and their growing energy needs in a world with finite and depleting energy reserves have been the forcing house for a new alliance of oil exporting and importing nations in central and eastern Asia.
On Wednesday, those concerns burst into the open as lawmakers rebelled against the initial version of the abortion bill, forcing House leaders to beat a retreat and setting up a new, ongoing challenge for a leadership that's previously worried mostly about its right flank.
Bergsten praised DeLay because of the congressman's success in brutally forcing House Republicans to support free trade legislation.
Such a self-referential approach, however, has again proved a forcing house for structural wizardry, conjured by Arup magus Cecil Balmond.
Only in the theatre, that forcing house of Ego Monstratus, is such conceit welcomed.
Wordsworth used the train as a metaphor of rape, while in Forster's Howard's End Ma rgaret Schlegel luxuriates in the seductive frisson of the Great Western Express as "a forcing house for the idea of sex.
the fad for home improvements is forcing house prices sky-high, says the Warwick-based National Association of Estate Agents.
Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt has already struck by forcing House leader Robert Livingston to admit adultery.