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- v. Present participle of impeed.
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September 1st, 2009 2: 23 pm ET the RNC should add a strong provision to stop the Republican's from lying about health care proposals, and mandate that they should shift their focus from impeeding reform for to gain power back in the next election – to get power back by caring about the problems of their fellow Americans and doing something functional and constructive.
With the impeeding oil crisis (about 40-50 years down the road) we have a perfect opportunity to have the government create fuel cell research companies which will compete with current oil companies.
I'd stop now Rick, your impeeding on my happiness.
Drew: "I'd stop now Rick, your impeeding on my happiness."
Get your ass over, which is the law in the first place and stop impeeding traffic.