Prepositions after "impose"

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In 43% of cases impose on is used

It was never imposed on Britain.

Programme? There is no age limit imposed on applicants.

Sex is not a cultural construction that's imposed on people.

They imposed on the conquered territories the only governing system they knew, namely.

Now, this limitation is imposed on our minds by the peculiar set-up of space and time.

Those are the requirements imposed on the design and construction of most of the here.

Such cognizance can not be neither transferred to another Tribunal, nor imposed on the judges of any other Tribunal.

We have a game-plan which we want to impose on whoever we play, but in order to do so you have to have the basics right.

A consumption tariff rate of 10% and a value added tax (VAT) rate of 17% are also imposed on imported and domestic wine.

Apparently a fear activated the image of a full staring face, which was superimposed on the profile of the other person.

In 28% of cases impose by is used

Safety doesn't need to be imposed by governments.

This is to avoid sanctions imposed by the fiscal compact.

Workers are protesting a contract imposed by a bankruptcy court.

You can practically be anywhere in Moshi and feel imposed by the beauty of the mountain.

While Nigeria has been imposed by predatory leaders that preys on the rent of the country.

Such events also mostly attempt to avoid the 60% entertainment tax imposed by the government.

He said the ministry would propose to the Prime Minister to do away with various fees imposed by schools on students.

Automobile travel is significantly underpriced (user fees are much lower than the marginal costs imposed by driving).

In the end this sought of cultural dress would have been imposed by some religious leader who had a bee in his bonnet.

They stand against the debt slavery imposed by the current economic system upon the vast majority of the world's people.

In 11% of cases impose upon is used

We just used the isolation that we imposed upon ourselves.

It does not mean an order imposed upon the parties by the court.

Aquinas is the chap who dealt with the limitations that logic imposes upon the divine.

The second way of life is based upon the will of a minority forcibly imposed upon the majority.

It is now clear that a new criminal code has been imposed upon us without announcement or debate.

By this we mean that he should be freed from the names imposed upon him by his former slave masters.

Love your articles, Global warming will not be imposed upon us by the UN, Obama will not be re-elected.

Elkes understood that it was his duty to make this great sacrifice that a cruel fate had imposed upon him.

And it is this myth, absurd and painful, that at the end of the 20th century is persistently imposed upon us.

A good start would be to remove the BREEAM conditions imposed upon new builds etc by the planning departments.

In 5% of cases impose in is used

RA 1: If PAS-led Pakatan wins, hudud will be imposed in Malaysia.

On the other hand, the fines imposed in the EU in the same case amounted to 855 million.

The restrictions have been imposed in Kishorpura village near Udaipurwati town of Jhunjhunu district, some 200 km from Jaipur.

What about a minimum price of butter, cheese, full fat milk, or beefburgers, etc, because they contain too much fat as already imposed in Denmark.

Martial law was promptly imposed in all Tibetan areas with checkpoints, surveillance and a massive presence of police and PLA (People's Liberation Army).

This verse of the Quran was however not revealed at the time when the duty of fasting was imposed in the second year after the Prophet? s(Pbuh) settlement in Madinah.

Similar bans have already been imposed in Karachi (though only for two days) and Quetta (for two months) due to security concerns during the Islamic holy month of Muharram.

It is unfortunate that western democracy is being imposed in Africa and any democratically elected or self-imposed African leader must bow down to the west to push his country forward.

It is incredible that the maximum penalties were not imposed in this case -- the value of the art was beyond calculation, but it is certainly worth more than the pathetic fine imposed today.

In 3% of cases impose for is used

A nominal fee is imposed for each month beyond this.

Sanctions may be imposed for breaching the Code of Conduct.

The following sanctions will be imposed for breaches of the speed limit: First offence -? 80.

For example, in many countries, it is very common for harsh penalties to be imposed for changing one's faith.

A penalty can also be imposed for providing incomplete or for rejecting your application for malafide reasons.

This Act declares some important privileges, abolishes others and defines the penalties that a House may impose for contempt.

See section 122 of the Fines Act 1996 for orders requiring part of the fine imposed for an offence to be paid to the prosecutor.

Judges also review the sentences other judges have imposed for similar crimes, to ensure the punishment is fair and fits the crime.

An additional sum not exceeding two thousand five hundred pesos shall be imposed for each month during which any such violation shall continue.

In 1% of cases impose after is used

August 2004 State of emergency imposed after ethnic violence in the north erupted, is lifted.

Ecowas has also lifted sanctions it imposed after the coup and an amnesty has been agreed for the coup leaders.

In 1% of cases impose as is used

Additional sanctions were imposed as a result of Nigeria's failure to gain full certification for its counter-narcotics efforts.

Only in a clear case of misconduct that seriously affects the standing and the character of the bar will disbarment be imposed as a penalty.

General Akram was a sophisticated version of Shaukat Riza, more eloquent and imposing as a physical figure, less of an ascetic and lone ranger.

In 1% of cases impose from is used

People do not like be controlled, so they resist change imposed from the top.

Change has to come from within the culture and can't be imposed from outside.

There is no democracy in the Labour Party, policies are just imposed from 10 Downing Street.

The Right: What are you talking about? Obviously change has to come from within the culture and can't be imposed from outside.

Change that's imposed from the outside is just a parent telling children what to do, and we are not dealing with children in Afghanistan.

The property tax is expected to be around 300 for an average three-bedroom, semi-detached house when it is imposed from around the middle of next year.

The quiet of the Land of the Morning Calm was a quiet imposed from above, but from time to time the pressures broke through in riots and uprisings, and in 1919 there came an echo of the past.

In 1% of cases impose over is used

The app has shades of Instagram--lots of modernist fonts imposed over sepia-toned travel.

Another controversial move was the monopoly control Irish unilaterally imposed over the database of cache locations, refusing to provide the full list to anyone.

In 1% of cases impose through is used

Racial harmony must be developed organically through freedom of expression and can not be imposed through suppression.

Wartime textile rationing was imposed through a coupon system, which meant garments now had two costs: their value in monetary units and in coupons (McKernan 1995, p.

In 1% of cases impose under is used

The 13-A was imposed under Duress on the then JRJ govt.

Any penalty imposed under this clause will be deducted from the next claim and subsequent claims as appropriate.

It incorporates the prudential requirements already imposed under Part 5D of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989.

In 1% of cases impose with is used

Funeral cars that used to be tax free are now imposed with a tax.

Never before have so many cost rises been imposed with so few financial resources to pay them.

If the land has been idle for over a year, the owner of the land use right will be imposed with a fine of 20% of the original granting fee.

It has been man-u-fac-tured in order to bypass the lim-it-a-tions that inter-na-tional law imposes with respect to the man-ner of deal-ing with an adversary.

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