impost : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n money collected under a tariff
- n the lowest stone in an arch -- from which it springs
- When Carter announced the impost in March, he based his action on the 1962 Trade Expansion Act, which allows the President to limit imports to protect national security.
- Stockman countered by arguing that whatever it might be called, using a federal impost to finance repair work done by states and localities would violate Reagan's New .
- Then, as if he were tired of company, a steel-muscled brute named Neji shouldered his all-but-impossible impost of 173 lbs.
News & Articles
- Rick Smyth's Delaware Park handicaps June 8
PP Horse (Jockey, weight) Last 3 Comment Odds 2 Poppy's Double (Pedroza 118) x-x-x Hunch she's swift 2-1 7 Spark Won (Caraballo 123) 6-4-4 Has had excuses 5-2 1 Giggle Girl (TBA 118) x-x-x Debuts for Nunley 9-5 5 Morluc's Girl (JLVega 118) 10-5-x Blinkers can't hurt 20-1 3 Is That Blue (Zapico 113) 4-5-5 Attempt number 58 15-1 4 Luminous Nicole (EMartinez 108) x-x-x Feathery impost 8-1 6 Lethal ...
June 8, 2013 - The News Journal
- Kevin Rudd in Stock and Land
Mr Rudd told the parliament fertiliser prices "have gone through the roof" and was "a huge impost in terms of your ability to earn a quid out of the family farm".