- n a force that moves something along
- n the act of applying force suddenly
- Turkish progress under the kinetic impulsion of President Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the Ghazi, the Victorious One, was so rapid, last week, as to dazzle if not perturb Occidentals.
- The State majestically intervenes to give judicial impulsion to a moral duty.
- Then, having given the impulsion of his prestige and authority to the re-establishment of the British international position, he might hand over the reins to Eden.
- Paul Greengrass in New York Times
It's the way he frames his physical choices as an actor,Mr. Greengrass said. "It's not just: oh, they're after me, I've got to run; it's about finding in what he does an impulsion to move. There's an imminence about his acting."
- Javier Solana in Jurnalo (blog)
Solana said that reviving a dormant 2002 Arab peace proposal, which includes a land-for-peace offer to Israel, could be "a fundamental way of giving a new impulsion to the peace process. "