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im pohzd

  • v  compel to behave in a certain way
  • v  impose something unpleasant
  • v  impose and collect
  • s  set forth authoritatively as obligatory
    the imposed taxation
    rules imposed by society

  • But such measures have repeatedly fallen short, as have paltry fines imposed by the rfef.
  • Yet with all the limitations he imposed on himself and his robot stars, Stanton still connected with a huge audience.
  • He argued against Bush-imposed steel tariffs on the grounds that free markets foster economic growth, which helps the poor.
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