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- n. Plural form of impeder.
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The Dems should force the right winger impeders, like Coburn go out on the limb and hang themselves by blocking serious efforts to do something about this impending economic disaster.
What characterizes all those "market impeders" is that they are value subtractors rather than value adders.
The last type of market impeders is well known and is the only one to have been tackled - with varying degrees of success by governments and by legislators worldwide.
We can distinguish six classes of market impeders:
In respect of the impeders: what are they but men, and wicked men, as ye may see in the adversaries of the Jews.
[war] and run that risk, sent Legates to Fabius to make him understand he should not cross into Tuscany; but when they arrived he had already crossed over, and had obtained this victory, so that in place of being impeders of the war, they returned as messengers of the conquest and the glory that was obtained.