- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of impede.
“The system they front for "benefits only the rich," impedes "the human condition .... and unless scrapped" will keep doing it.”
“Anything which stands in the way of George Bush’s powers -- which "impedes" or "interferes" with those powers -- is now, according to the Department of Justice, unconstitutional.”
“The most notable new component of the DoJ’s position is its declaration that, if necessary, it will attack the constitutionality of FISA itself if it is found that FISA "impedes" the President’s power to eavesdrop on Americans as part of the fight against terrorism Letter at pp.”
“Moreover, this conflict has come with a larger cost the Middle East, as it impedes partnerships that could bring greater security, prosperity, and empowerment to ordinary people.”
“And since the only deals there are are corrupt deals, transparency impedes “political reality.””
“World Bank President Robert Zoellick said underinvesting in girls impedes development.”
“Like a lot of past-their-prime NBA stars, she makes a ton of money, takes up way too much space and impedes the development of younger talent.”
“The higher tax expires at the end of 2012—the short duration means Brazil is unlikely to see challenges to the protectionist measure at the World Trade Organization, analysts said--but nothing impedes the government from extending it.”
“That is particularly so in the U.S., where business leaders complain that a 35% top federal corporate income-tax rate impedes business expansion, and in the U.K., which last year raised its top individual rate to 50%.”
“Bad weather still impedes restaffing oil and gas platforms in the central Gulf, it said.”
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