Sentences with phrase «to impose»

The Mansion itself invokes an imposing, hostile atmosphere which gives you the impression that nowhere is safe.
GAMING
Navy Federal Credit Union also makes it easy to redeem the cash you earn by imposing relatively few restrictions.
TRAVEL
«Whatever Party of Men obtain the Reins of Management, and have power to name the Person who shall License the Press, that Party of Men have the whole power of keeping the World in Ignorance, in all matters relating to Religion or Policy, since the Writers of that Party shall have full liberty to impose their Notions upon the World.»
ART
Instead, unilaterally imposing a 19th century tariff policy is a sure way to alienate Washington's closest friends and ensure that other, less democratically-minded, states might become tomorrow's «greatest nation on earth.»
BUSINESS
In order to do this seriously, you must consider the short term fees that are always imposed with a move such as this and be ready to pay them.
MONEY
In particular, Bozarth said, the drug giant is concerned about a range of potential proposals that would weaken intellectual property protections, impose price controls, or require manufacturers to disclose proprietary information.
BUSINESS
Satellite TV provider Dish said in a statement that it was not practical for it to submit a revised offer by the June 18 deadline imposed by Sprint even though it «continues to see strategic value in a merger with Sprint.»
BUSINESS
Venezuela's Hugo Chavez has also indicated that he would impose additional taxes on international companies - moves that have raised concern in the US in particular, as the White House regards Latin America as very much in its sphere of interest.
POLITICS
If you use the same logic that is being imposed on Paterson, then most of the Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate who are up for re-election this year should also now resign because they are not going to get re-elected on November 2, 2010.
POLITICS
We are very concerned, however, that at the state level change is being imposed in a rapid manner and without high-quality evidentiary support.
EDUCATION
Tenants are suing to impose an independent monitor on the New York City Housing Authority.
POLITICS
Rather than imposing new regulations that will stifle the manufacturing sector and lead to a higher rate of traffic deaths, the government would be better advised to remove other interventions and let the market work.
ENVIRONMENT
The fact that he did not impose rules about marriage on the Corinthians — «this is a suggestion not a rule» — further implies that he was concerned for differences in individual need and circumstance.
RELIGION
On our way back to Blaye we make a short stop at the town's imposing citadel.
TRAVEL
Mortgage lenders can impose their own criteria as well, and they are generally more strict than the government.
MONEY
Will Franco face Oscar punishment or the Hollywood jail imposed on some of his badly-behaved peers?
MOVIES & TV
It's true that the data-collection demands imposed by participation in such a study can detract from valuable instruction.
EDUCATION
Additionally, there are certain regions, in which no regulations are imposed on brokers.
BUSINESS
Over time, federal education funds had increasingly been thrust at states with few policy levers to impose responsible spending.
EDUCATION
Professor Teachout is clueless about living in Upstate New York and the burden property taxes impose on homeowners and small businesses.»
POLITICS
The tax imposed under subsection (a) with respect to any taxpayer for any taxable year shall not exceed the applicable national average premium for such taxable year.
SCIENCE
The designation and related sanctions, which cost the Madison School District nearly $ 300,000 this year, were imposed despite a UW-Madison analysis showing Leopold students made some of the biggest improvements in the district on state test scores last year.
EDUCATION
Why weren't any sanctions imposed on India for not signing the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons?
POLITICS
And centralized teacher-evaluation systems being pioneered by the Gates Foundation in their Measures of Effective Teaching effort were supposed to impose meaningful consequences for failure to perform well on those metrics.
EDUCATION
We've already covered some Lionhead news today, where they revealed the Xbox 360 imposed certain limits on their most recent effort, Fable 3.
GAMING
Whiles you loot their possession in daily and weekly collections, your congregation and their children are malnourished; whiles you ask them to build imposing mission houses for you and your pastors, they live in mud houses; they give you enough money to pay your children's school fees whiles their children are dropouts selling dog chains; whiles they sponsor you on expensive foreign trips, their children die crossing the Sahara on foot and in ramshackle boats across the Mediterranean.
POLITICS
By contrast, in New York City, where profound reforms were implemented in 1989, the Campaign Finance Board imposed 128 penalties on 31 candidates that accepted contributions above the legal limit.
POLITICS
Accountability that is imposed, not invited, runs the danger of wounding rather than healing.
RELIGION
The bill, AB 401 by Assemblymember Tom Ammiano, would impose an automatic cap of charter schools in districts across the state, hindering the tremendous growth charter schools have achieved in California over the past decade.
EDUCATION
But Labour members in Remain areas have reportedly been left fuming at Mr Corbyn's decision to impose a three-line whip to back Brexit.
POLITICS
The actor has an imposing lumbering presence, reminiscent of Lee J. Cobb, and a malleable face.
MOVIES & TV
Create an imposing profile, with a profile that is hard to ignore and you're in for a surprise.
DATING
The action, which came against the wishes of Mr. Trump's pro-trade advisers, would impose tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum, effectively placing a tax on every foreign shipment of those metals into the United States.
BUSINESS
It does not present itself as some externally imposed condition.
RELIGION
Finally, I think in your own anger you imposed your experiences onto him, misreading him and didn't hear him for what he was saying.
RELIGION
Up to 47 % of all Internet users face content restrictions imposed by their governments, Posner said.
SCIENCE
Taxes imposed on earnings of the taxable account are likely to be much lighter for someone who will be in the 25 % bracket prior to retirement and the 15 % bracket afterward, than for someone who is now facing 35 % and anticipates a 25 % rate in retirement.
MONEY
The regulations that museums impose on reproducing materials in their collections fulfill the same role.
ART
«(B) the direct and indirect costs, if any, of complying in other countries with greenhouse gas regulatory programs, requirements, export tariffs, or other measures adopted or imposed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
SCIENCE
Any suspension from attendance upon instruction may be imposed only in accordance with section 3214 of the Education Law; and
EDUCATION
They include adoption of early voting in New York, same day voter registration, public financing of campaigns, and constitutional amendments to impose term limits on elected officials.
POLITICS
To what extent should a country impose austerity and even depression on itself — more than a great recession, an entire lost decade on itself — simply to pay interest to bondholders who've been financing a fiscal system that hasn't really taxed the rich in Greece?
BUSINESS
Limitations imposed by the location shooting and working within the onerous restrictions of Technicolor cinematography, as well as dealing with a cast comprised almost entirely of children and nonprofessionals, evidently conspired to impress upon Renoir the advantages of shaping his material in editing.
MOVIES & TV
Unfortunately for him, the way he imposes himself on a game sets him up for injury, and once again he limped off the pitch with an injured ankle.
SPORTS
Even though the [Jammers] are still quite romantic, my job was to impose a great amount of restraint upon myself... Nearly everything that I could think to do previously would have violated what these pieces wanted to be.
ART
«Justice Kennedy could be uncomfortable with giving the owners of Hobby Lobby the ability to impose their personal religious views on their business's employees, who might have different religious views.»
BUSINESS
More than $ 800 million has been wiped off the combined market value of Blackmores, Bellamy's and A2 Milk in the past three days, after Chinese authorities imposed an 11.9 per cent tax on products bought from foreign websites and created a «positive list» of products allowed to enter the country via free-trade zones.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Authoritarian parents are the ones which impose strict rules and have very high expectations of their children.
PARENTING
If your account has an original maturity of one year or less, the penalty we may impose will be the greater of: <.
MONEY
To give an indication: the Austrian authorities imposed a total fine of $ 75 million and ThyssenKrupp was given full immunity, whereas Kone got a 50 % reduction and had to pay $ 22 million.
LAW
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