Needs to be edited for better structure.
I doubt anyone will be looking for "Force" as it relates to the game R-Type, likely they will search for the title of the game itself. Removed as it adds clutter to an already huge disambiguation page.--Slike 09:51, 24 Dec 2004 (UTC)
The kitchen tool.
MOS:DAB is clear "Rather than including a dictionary definition of a word, create a cross-link to our sister project, Wiktionary" DAB pages are to help a reader navigate to the required article from a group that have the same of a similar title and which could therfore be confused (my wording). I suggest you read MOS:DAB it has lots of suggestions as to the way a dab page should be constructed and it is quite clear that the primary article should be the one in the lead position. Abtract (talk) 01:15, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
a couple of uses that would be handy to add
2) no good link, but
- Orchestra#Beethoven's influence: "The so-called "standard complement" of double winds and brass in the orchestra from the first half of the 19th century is generally attributed to the forces called for by Ludwig van Beethoven."
- Orchestra#20th century orchestra: "... Mahler pushes the furthest boundaries of orchestral size, employing huge forces."