from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of impending; the state of being imminent and liable to happen soon; also, that which impends.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being impendent or overhanging; a menacing attitude.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of being imminent and liable to happen soon
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We fear that she is right that the Obama administration's impendence makes the economic picture notably bleaker -- but we hope that she is wrong, and in any case such an opinion does not belong in a news story.
Still 1955 it officially accepted the real impendence coming closer to the Soviet view under Khruschov and plunging into electoral politics.
In terms of circuit components it is a resistance feeding an impendence with a constant 45 degree 1-j phase and magnitude that varies with the inverse of the square root of the frequency.
And then can you say that - what was the impendence for doing this?
We sought to establish three things: firstly, what exactly what was agreed on land reform at Lancaster House in 1979; secondly what development assistance for land reform has been provided to Zimbabwe since impendence and finally, what future land reform policies - funded by donors and implemented by the government of Zimbabwe - would be most effective at re-establishing a vibrant agricultural sector and ensuring long term political stability.
So there is no impendence mismatch between the domain (object structure) and the persistence layer anymore.
Made with RP-58 coaxial wire with a nominal impendence of 50Ω
Additional tech specs report of an input impendence of >
The most notable control is the "Z" knob that lets you change the input impendence which means that you can set it to clean up more or less when you turn the volume control.
LAHORE: The legal fraternity on Thursday boycotted court proceedings and staged weekly rallies on Mall road for the impendence of judiciary and reinstatement of all deposed judges, including Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry.
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