Noun(1) the act of imposing something (as a tax or an embargo(2) an uncalled-for burden
(1) The second piece of legislation which Darling proposed was the imposition of a stamp duty.(2) I'd like to see you, if that wouldn't be too much of an imposition(3) The smuggled electronic products and the luxury tax imposition have really hurt the local electronics companies, making them less competitive on the local market.(4) The imposition of luxury tax on five-star hotels by State Governments also does not help the tourist.(5) Repression after a while does not need imposition by the regime, it is more effective when self-imposed through fear, resignation and apathy.(6) Five million people have died in the past five years in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and yet there has been no imposition of sanctions on the various factions and precious little in the way of condemnation either.(7) As it is, the plan smacks of imperialist imposition of values - like the cleanliness of the 19th century, but with more supporting television programs.(8) They can't understand this latest imposition on their way of life.(9) The former, she charged, would allow for the creation of military zones, or the local imposition of martial law if authorities wanted to address a localized security matter.(10) There's a large swathe of opinion in Britain that regards the EU as some foreign imposition designed to undermine the imperial glory that is Britain.(11) ├ö├ç├┐It may lead to imposition of an unofficial embargo on the region,├ö├ç├û the Macedonian minister said.(12) The central aspect of free trade, as the name implies, is the free flow of goods into and out of countries without any imposition of tariffs.(13) And he said the weapons inspectors must be ├ö├ç├┐given time to complete their task and there must be no imposition of artificial deadlines.├ö├ç├û(14) Similarly, consider the president's imposition of steel tariffs that were obviously inconsistent with his free trade principles.(15) This type of power - a culture that radiates outward and a market that draws inward - rests on pull, not on push; on acceptance, not on imposition .(16) I had mixed feelings, however, about the imposition of Western literary references on the study.
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