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im pel

  • v  urge or force (a person) to an action; constrain or motivate
  • v  cause to move forward with force

  • Illustration by Edwina White for PTI The thought of a loved one can turn our wits upside down, ratchet up our heart rate, impel us to slay dragons and write corny songs.
  • Video games, Johnson notes, impel us to learn because playing them means not just following rules but also discovering what the rules are.
  • At the Kuwaiti parliament last week, a crowd gathered quickly, noisily, in one of those convulsions of public feeling that impel strangers to converge on a single spot.
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  • Why LeBron James' NBA Finals Legacy Is Officially On the Line
    LeBron James is currently playing for more than a second NBA championship. Beyond the Miami Heat 's season-defining Game 6 against the San Antonio Spurs and a potential title-deciding Game 7, there is LeBron's finals legacy. One more championship won't designate LeBron a success. A dynasty was supposed to be built in South Beach upon his arrival—anything less than that isn't enough to impel ...
    June 17, 2013 - Bleacher Report

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