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  • adjective p. p. of impose.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of impose.

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  • adjective set forth authoritatively as obligatory

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Examples

  • The circle, surrounding 120 acres next to Wilf's planned 260-acre stadium parcel, drew gasps last week at a St. Paul Rotary luncheon when business leaders saw the label imposed on it -- "Potential Convention Center Hotel."

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  • The term imposed by Judge Richard Wennet surprised virtually everyone involved in the case.

    CNN Transcript Jul 28, 2001

  • Herr Schiedenhofen was forced to choose a rich wife; his title imposed this on him.

    The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

  • Schiedenhofen was forced to choose a rich wife; his title imposed this on him.

    The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Volume 01

  • The options open to a judge are to rule that a tariff must remain the same, or should be reduced - but the term imposed by a home secretary cannot be increased.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • The options open to a judge are to rule that a tariff must remain the same, or should be reduced - but the term imposed by a Home Secretary cannot be increased.

    Your Local Guardian | Sutton

  • The options open to a judge are to rule that a tariff must remain the same, or should be reduced - but the term imposed by a home secretary cannot be increased.

    icBirmingham

  • Lee Tucker must serve 85 percent of the term imposed Friday before becoming eligible for parole.

    Fore, right!

  • The options open to a judge are to rule that a tariff must remain the same, or should be reduced - but the term imposed by a home secretary cannot be increased.

    icBirmingham

  • The options open to a judge are to rule that a tariff must remain the same, or should be reduced - but the term imposed by a home secretary cannot be increased.

    icBirmingham

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