from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That or who imposes a rule.
- n. One who imposes a rule.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Imposing; competent to impose, as an obligation.
- n. One who imposes; one who enjoins or prescribes.
A destacar la Basilica del Pilar, el nostre estimat Ebre (amb força, imponent), i les antigues muralles romanes.
Tunc acceptabis sacrificium justitiae, oblationes et holacausta: tunc imponent super altare tuum vitulos.
The particular form of argument into which they happened to fall was determined by the circumstances in which he found himself at the time, and was this, viz. how he could subscribe the Articles _ex animo_, without faith, more or less, in his Church as the imponent; and next, how he could have faith in her, her history and present condition being what they were.
'Cujus capiiti Aaron et filii ejus manus imponent.
As he concluded, there was verified the saying of Christ to His disciples when leaving them and going to heaven: ” “Super aegros imponent manus et bene habebunt "
As he concluded, there was verified the saying of Christ to His disciples when leaving them and going to heaven: -- "Super aegros imponent manus et bene habebunt" [Mark
£to capiti juvenci ad tabernaculum conventus addufti Aaron et filii ejus manus imponent.
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