Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being impendent or overhanging; a menacing attitude.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The state of impending; the state of being imminent and liable to happen soon; also, that which impends.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the state of being imminent and liable to happen soon

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Examples

  • 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.

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  • Still 1955 it officially accepted the real impendence coming closer to the Soviet view under Khruschov and plunging into electoral politics.

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  • 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.

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  • And then can you say that - what was the impendence for doing this?

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  • 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.

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  • And then can you say that - what was the impendence for doing this?

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  • So there is no impendence mismatch between the domain (object structure) and the persistence layer anymore.

    Elegant Code

  • Made with RP-58 coaxial wire with a nominal impendence of 50Ω

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  • Made with RP-58 coaxial wire with a nominal impendence of 50Ω

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  • Additional tech specs report of an input impendence of >

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