from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The magnitude of a force.
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It seems these people have force-power feeds that operate through space, by which an entire solar system can tie in for power, and they fed these stations in that way.
The new moral power wants a force-power to precede; something which meets the selfishness of sin in its own plane, making the appeal, at first, to interest or precautionary prudence, by intimidations and appeals to fear.
And, secondly, that the force-power of nature was originally set, to work enforcement for the law of duty, just because and by means of a grace-power, supernaturally working with it and complementary to it.
The fiercer and darker passions of human nature are depicted by her with terrible force-power.