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  1. The cold and ice impede us.
  2. The inductors pass DC easily but impede.
  3. If he will not wait, we will not impede him.
  4. He figured that the railing would impede his fall.
  5. At that memory, she could scarcely impede her tears from flowing.

  6. They stayed away from the group and made no attempt to impede them.
  7. Then again their dominance was not to last if Vayu could impede it.
  8. Zem added, The only thing that could impede us, that is apart from.
  9. In fact, it would impede the speed and maneu-verability of the bicycle.
  10. Though that didn’t greatly impede the loving caresses much that Sue was.
  11. They wish to impede all progress and return us to the horse and buggy.
  12. And they in turn, because he does not impede them; yield to him, content:.
  13. That fence would seriously impede having a totally open border and would interfere.
  14. There are forts systemic causes that impede its success as alternative force to the State.
  15. Staying silent was the hardest trial of her life, but she knew it would only impede her progress.

  16. He will probably force it on the rest by use of the Compulsion stones, and we will not impede him.
  17. I couldn’t impede myself from moving nearer to him, he was bleeding, he was in pain, because of me.
  18. On the other hand, they take no particular action to impede defectors of all types from fleeing into Thon.
  19. Sometimes they cover the sides of hills and mountains in such abundance as to prevent or impede vegetation.
  20. Why not! Because we will to care not with every act that does their bidding, and every inaction to impede it.
  21. It is large enough to have some gravity, but small enough that its gravity will not impede our work on the ship.
  22. WEAKNESSES: Internal aspects of your organization that will impede your ability to achieve your Outcomes and CSFs.
  23. The daylight would impede a restful slumber, but now, a person could sleep anytime, and for much greater periods.
  24. The judge realized that the trial had been as Olin noted, a Circus Maximus, and that alone could at the least impede his path to the Supreme Court.
  25. In a split second, so quickly that Nemia could not impede her, all of her power concentrated in her right fist and she spun and struck over Nemia.

  26. Therefore, with respect to his office files and records, any actions taken by his employees after his death were not done to impede an investigation.
  27. The boss who gave you your job got murdered, but instead of you helping to find out who did it, you’re doing what you can to impede the investigation.
  28. This gave the Six the will to continue their deadly game of cat and mouse, knowing that every enemy that chased them was one less to impede the hunt for Zarkog.
  29. I believe that a general disarmament would be followed by a moral degradation, assuming the form of a widespread effeminacy which would impede the progress of humanity.
  30. We have two of our best commanders in place there and I expect that no one here at the Pentagon will impose restrictions on them or will impede in any way their efforts.
  31. They wish to impede all progress and return us to the ―horse and buggy days‘ for if they really were for clean, safe energy they would be promoting the use of nuclear energy.
  32. They burned plantations and commissaries, tore up tracks to impede the passage of the trains that began to open their path with machine-gun fire, and they cut telegraph and telephone wires.
  33. Also, the digestive breakdown of another class of glucosinolates, known as indole glucosinolates, results in the release of thiocyanate ions, which also impede the thyroid from using iodine.
  34. The latter may impede a single group, but with so many different organizations today working for the air, land, water and people of the planet, they will find it impossible to stop them all.
  35. I expect that once in power, however, the modus operandi will be consolidating power that may (ironically) impede the party‘s ability or willingness, for that matter, to legislate meaningful reforms.
  36. Somewhere deep within him, this was the very thing he coveted most as well, but the recent past seemed to impede on that dream, like a stone wall he had just started building completely around his heart.
  37. The higher the percentage of the customer’s budget spent on a product or service, the more likely it is that the customer will be price sensitive, which may impede the ability of a business to raise prices.
  38. Checking the odometer of the jeep, Ingrid was pleased to find that more than a mile of absolutely straight boulevard was free of any overhanging wires or poles that could impede the taking off of her fighters.
  39. Norris might never have saved her money; but having no care of that kind, there was nothing to impede her frugality, or lessen the comfort of making a yearly addition to an income which they had never lived up to.
  40. Designated areas where sacred cows wander around untouched, while kept out of other designated areas like freeways, because the sacred traditions of India are not supposed to impede the modern progress of automobiles.
  41. For example, some state governments have laws on the books that impede the portability of a patient’s healthcare information, making it illegal for example, to transmit certain patient information across state lines.
  42. By direct contrast, the Seven Spirits of Evil are physical and material impulses and urges that are life-negative, predatory qualities and behaviors that lead to struggle and death and impede life, hence the spirit of.
  43. The fabric of the jacket was reinforced with copper mail that shielded the chest, protected it from the water's pressure, and allowed the lungs to function freely; the sleeves ended in supple gloves that didn't impede hand movements.
  44. Britainic was to sail from Chelsea Docks on Wednesday the eleventh of April, therefore tickets for passage on the Overland train were arranged to insure their arrival in New York with time to spare should the unforeseen impede their journey.
  45. The carriage stopped, the doctor alighted, walked swiftly back to where I had also halted, and told me in an excellent sardonic fashion that he feared the road was narrow, and that he hoped his carriage did not impede the passage of my bicycle.
  46. Low dark clouds were still hanging over Lae and pouring rain, cutting severely the visibility on the ground and making extremely risky any use of airstrikes, apart from continuing to impede the arrival of more reinforcements and supplies by air.
  47. He had no idea that under any circumstances, the Legislature of the new State would impede the navigation; but the object was one so dear to the people of the Western country generally, that he wished to place it beyond the possibility of doubt.
  48. Marjie’s ex-husband began to impede visits with her youngest son and attempted to obtain child support from her, which caused her extreme anxiety and anger, Nuke said, It is very difficult for me to observe the suffering of her earthly form when I can also see the form that Star One has here.
  49. We have them, and we are going to stand by them, for there is nothing in the Lexicon on the word “apollumi” which can take so mild a form as “marred,” which the Dictionary defines “dissipate,” “to waste,” “to lose,” hinder, obstruct, impede, injure, spoil, hurt, damage, disfigure, etc.
  50. However, current society is tied with so many laws that impede any change, for this reason we idealized this intention with utilization of the Third Sector of the economy so that it participates of this grandiose event to harvest success and to accomplish its altruistic dreams with completeness, efficacy and global reaching.
  1. The point is, kid, you’re impeding the war effort.
  2. Will pass the obstacles and difficulties impeding whatever.
  3. I ought to run you in for impeding an official investigation.
  4. Constant cohabitation impeding mutual toleration of personal defects.
  5. The impeding bulk of metal halted her discovery from coming to fruition.
  6. He contemplated me patiently as if it knew the doubts that were impeding my heart.
  7. That man fell backward, impeding the next man from pointing his own submachine gun.
  8. The rest of his followers endured, impeding the flurry of trepidation flagging them.
  9. The winds blew long and hard, impeding my progress as I trudged, struggling along the plateau.
  10. Many of the angels could sense the impeding blue blood bath: Maybe this would be a blood bath blood drive?
  11. The girls watched as the dark form slipped under the low limbs of the sycamores and vanished into the impeding darkness.
  12. Matthew on the other hand was a very impatient driver and would often blow the horn at other drivers he considered were impeding him.
  13. The wars of the great king, so far from impeding the advance of arts and sciences, seemed rather to promote and to favor their progress.
  14. Yazadril’s nation is surrounded by Finitra, and Alilia is closely allied with him, so they were cursed in the hope that the deaths of their children and their ensuing strife would weaken them and prevent their impeding the coup.
  15. Again Pierre did not wish to look and again turned away; but again the sound as of a frightful explosion struck his ear, and at the same moment he saw smoke, blood, and the pale, scared faces of the Frenchmen who were again doing something by the post, their trembling hands impeding one another.
  16. This was the remora, which travels attached to the bellies of sharks; as the ancients tell it, when these little fish cling to the undersides of a ship, they can bring it to a halt, and by so impeding Mark Antony's vessel during the Battle of Actium, one of them facilitated the victory of Augustus Caesar.
  1. Rail traffic was impeded, as the rail.
  2. Nothing impeded a Govicide investigation.
  3. Purpose is strength and hers was impeded tonight.
  4. The upper garment was heavy and impeded his movement.
  5. Therefore it impeded his course work not to have his glasses.
  6. Jilin followed him limping, for the shackles impeded his walking.
  7. She said that if I impeded this search warrant, I very well could be.
  8. Phoenix, Los Angles, and smaller metropolises is not impeded by lack of water.
  9. Again, pure love is incapable of expression today, its flow being impeded by the form nature.
  10. Are you serious? her arms went out in front of her trying to touch what had impeded her.
  11. He was about to pull himself back up for a beautiful recovery, but something impeded his progress.
  12. The answer came in a sobbing torrent of words, rather impeded by the static of three hundred miles.
  13. Many of the pilots developed personality disorders that impeded their ability to fly the ship properly.
  14. Neither taller nor older impeded Tony the Tiger’s hot-blooded heart—he’d gone completely pazzo over the lady.
  15. Long bores were driven into the side walls; but after fifteen meters, the instruments were still impeded by the thickness of those walls.
  16. Napoleon, too, carried away his own personal tresor, but on seeing the baggage trains that impeded the army, he was (Thiers says) horror-struck.
  17. Only a morbid frame composed over rigid statistics that are impeded from evolving out any more could locate a stationary place staged over here.
  18. Napoleon, too, carried away his own personal trésor, but on seeing the baggage trains that impeded the army, he was (Thiers says) horror-struck.
  19. Observe then that there is much money, available material and human resources or in potentiality that are impeded of circulating for current system.
  20. Every time one side or the other impeded the negotiations, that side would find one of its military facilities destroyed by a swarm of robot missiles.
  21. Opponents agreed; hardly anyone wanted the streets filled with rioting protesters, but peaceful demonstrations should not be impeded with brute force.
  22. And it may have been a ringing in my ear, from this organ filling with impeded blood, but it seemed to me that Conseil's shout had received an answer.
  23. When the cave was first discovered, the passage into it was impeded by stalactites, which had formed perpendicular columns across it; but these are now removed.
  24. He would not have risked harm to the innocent citizens on the island, so if the gods had insisted on leaving, Mark would not have impeded them by the inverted Wards.
  25. He struck out for the shore, but the cotton gown greatly impeded his efforts, and when at length he touched land he found it hard to climb up the steep bank unassisted.
  26. Hatred, by a gradual and quiet process, will even be transformed to love, unless the change be impeded by a continually new irritation of the original feeling of hostility.
  27. Its effects as a coercive measure would, I believe, have been equally certain, if the misconduct of some of our own people, and the revolution in Spain, had not impeded its action.
  28. We are in fact already in need of expanding our capacities to house, sustain and occupy a growing population, but had been impeded by the Terran Federation Council and its misguided priorities.
  29. The white headed Lascorii princess's over-developed 'fashion-sense' pervaded her every interaction---lethal as she and her sisters were, nothing impeded her looking the part of courtier to the Matriarch.
  30. Considered useless and a complete failure by her family, she was sent to the abbey at a young age, where Rowena manipulated and belittled her until she became afraid of her strengths and impeded by fear.
  31. The course of that opposition, by which the administration of the Government had been unremittingly impeded for the last twelve years, was singular, and, I believe, unexampled in the history of any country.
  32. The hard clay of the hill had made revetments unnecessary, but the perpendicular trenches, backed by a second rampart before the fort, had impeded their retreat and caused the only serious loss from our fire.
  33. The same obstacles that impeded the Christian church and Darwin from coming to terms about defining out `creation and originìs still a major hurdle that is still kept under the carpet by society as well in present times.
  34. While the bolt of his iron collar was being riveted behind his head with heavy blows from the hammer, he wept, his tears stifled him, they impeded his speech; he only managed to say from time to time, I was a tree-pruner at Faverolles.
  35. The Mohican maintained his firm and haughty attitude; and his eyes, so far from deigning to meet her inquisitive look, dwelt steadily on the distance, as though it penetrated the obstacles which impeded the view and looked into futurity.
  36. Prue took this Opportunity to lumber out of her Hammock with captive Belinda and make as if to flee, but a Crowd of Onlookers, already laying Bets, impeded her Progress; and she was trapp’d betwixt the Mob and the Ladder which led to the Deck.
  37. In the gen’ral Melee that follow’d, the Weather impeded the Defense of the Cassandra more than it harm’d our own Offensive, for Pyrates are better skill’d with Cutlass and Dirk than Common Tars, and steadier on their Feet upon a pitching Deck.
  38. Certain groups in recent generations, however, have been hampered, for political and social reasons, perhaps, by bureaucratic ―visionaries‖ whose (utopic) imaginations and impractical zeal for alternative (economic) reforms have repeatedly impeded economic progress, if not encouraged underachievement.
  39. Rosamond in her agitated absorption had not noticed the silently advancing figure; but when Dorothea, after the first immeasurable instant of this vision, moved confusedly backward and found herself impeded by some piece of furniture, Rosamond was suddenly aware of her presence, and with a spasmodic movement snatched away her hands and rose, looking at Dorothea who was necessarily arrested.
  40. To be able to do this, they have long ago worked out such provisions for temperance, that drunkenness is not impaired; such provisions for education, that ignorance is not only not interfered with, but is even strengthened; such provisions for liberty and for the constitution, that despotism is not impeded; such provisions for the labourers, that they are not freed from slavery; such Christianity as does not destroy, but maintains the governments.
  41. Your horses got as far as Ranelagh, when they darted forward like mad things, and galloped away at so fearful a rate, that there seemed no other prospect for myself and my poor Edward but that of being dashed to pieces against the first object that impeded their progress, when a strange-looking man,—an Arab, a negro, or a Nubian, at least a black of some nation or other—at a signal from the count, whose domestic he is, suddenly seized and stopped the infuriated animals, even at the risk of being trampled to death himself; and certainly he must have had a most wonderful escape.
  42. Conscious that the human organism, normally capable of sustaining an atmospheric pressure of 1 9 tons, when elevated to a considerable altitude in the terrestrial atmosphere suffered with arithmetical progression of intensity, according as the line of demarcation between troposphere and stratosphere was approximated from nasal hemorrhage, impeded respiration and vertigo, when proposing this problem for solution, he had conjectured as a working hypothesis which could not be proved impossible that a more adaptable and differently anatomically constructed race of beings might subsist otherwise under Martian, Mercurial, Veneral, Jovian, Saturnian, Neptunian or Uranian sufficient and equivalent conditions, though an apogean humanity of beings created in varying forms with finite differences resulting similar to the whole and to one another would probably there as here remain inalterably and inalienably attached to vanities, to vanities of vanities and to all that is vanity.
  1. An old nemesis impedes his life fire, causing him to battle himself.
  2. Money severely impedes the quality of life, society, and civilization by.
  3. Miscommunication and disinformation impedes flow, hinders connections 87.
  4. The hardness of that attitude impedes the fruit of the spirit from developing from within.
  5. It impedes that the humanity lives with happiness and enjoy the material and technological well-being in that persons can gain, without anybody loses.
  6. This existent model impedes that the well-intentioned purposes are concretized, mainly in relation to the obtaining of resources and generation of income.
  7. Such is the process by means of which Christianity, in spite of the violence which is exercised by the power of the state and which impedes the forward movement of humanity, takes possession of men more and more.
  8. Your incredible language skills were also a big factor in our interest in you, since they will mostly negate the need to have some local translator follow you, something that often impedes reporting in the field.
  9. See some signalling examples: legislation change that impedes the continuity of the Project in the country; political retrocession; economic crisis, dictatorship, low reliability level and high popular dissatisfaction.
  10. But it neither reflects nor impedes the prevalent use of these categories to classify people; almost all therapists refer, for example, to schizophrenics, hysterics, and borderlines as if the person becomes the disorder.
  11. In a word, we must found a form of government holding universal sway, which should be diffused over the whole world without destroying the bonds of citizenship, and beside which all other governments can continue in impedes the great aim of our order, which is to obtain for virtue the victory over vice.
  12. With this, it avoids that somebody receives or make draft in money, it annuls the emission of checks or it impedes any legal right of drafts and it avoids patrimonial appropriation in judicial demand, including the governments, sponsors, introducers, authors and Teams of Coordination of the XUSING Project.
  13. In a word, we must found a form of government holding universal sway, which should be diffused over the whole world without destroying the bonds of citizenship, and beside which all other governments can continue in their customary course and do everything except what impedes the great aim of our order, which is to obtain for virtue the victory over vice.
  14. But violence not only demoralizes public opinion, it excites in the minds of men a pernicious conviction that they move onward, not through the impulsion of a spiritual power, which would help them to comprehend and realize the truth by bringing them nearer to that moral force which is the source of every progressive movement of mankind,—but, by means of violence,—by the very factor that not only impedes our progress toward truth, but withdraws us from it.
  15. The state-owned grandiose and expensive infrastructures of the countries, international aid organizations and the organizations of the Third Sector of the civil society (non-profit) seek to solve serious social problems that last long per millenniums, however they don’t obtain the definitive solution to the human beings’ basic necessities that become excluded in its majority for imposition of the perverse existent socioeconomic model in the world that privileges minorities and it impedes that all the citizens live with dignity and well-being in any country.

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