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الصفحة 280 - Majority of Scientific Men and Practical Mechanicians and Engineers. " Force," as defined by the great Newton, " is an action exercised on a body tending to change its state either of rest or of uniform motion in one direction." Moseley defines it thus : " Force is that which tends to cause or destroy motion, or which actually causes or destroys it.