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impak tid

  • v  press or wedge together; pack together
  • v  have an effect upon
  • s  wedged or packed in together
    an impacted tooth

  • The potential loss of these credits has already impacted development.
  • Governments are being impacted by this recession because it's so severe, but on the whole, government-related jobs tend to be more secure, particularly jobs that have to do with .
  • Meanwhile, Sister Mary, 55, has become the darling of luminaries like Bill Clinton, though that hasn't impacted her humility or her famously ribald sense of humor.
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