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Sentence count:107+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-13Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: compositionpositionsuppositionoppositionpositioningpropositionjuxtapositionpredispositionMeaning: [‚ɪmpə'zɪʃn]  n. 1. the act of imposing something (as a tax or an embargo) 2. an uncalled-for burden. 
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1, Several reasons were put forward to justify the imposition of censorship.
2, It's an imposition to ask the workers to work sixteen hours a day.
3, I know this is an imposition. But please hear me out.
4, I know it's an imposition, but could I use your bathroom?
5, The imposition of the tax on books caused a sharp rise in price.
6, The main grievance of the drivers is the imposition of higher fees for driving licences.
7, She felt the journey to be an unwelcome imposition on her time.
8, Would it be too much of an imposition to ask you to pick my parents up from the airport?
9, I am opposed to a district-wide imposition of uniforms.
10, This culminated in the imposition of far-reaching controls.
11, The idea behind this imposition of blanket bans was to prevent the temptation to discriminate against particular marches.
12, The imposition of taxes in this model is relevant to the effect not just on prices but also on industrial structure.
13, Such critics have argued for the imposition of transaction taxes to choke off short-term capital flows.
14, Such disparities predated the imposition of a rigid social hierarchy,( but became more marked during the course of the Tokugawa period.
15, Had Mrs Leigh the faintest idea what an imposition it was?
16, The report argued against the imposition of bans on imports from countries with low environmental standards.
17, It may involve the imposition on young athletes of extreme regimes in relation to diet and weight control.
18, In 1976 the imposition of price controls on natural gas led to further substitution of oil imports for domestic energy sources.
19, I'd like to stay if it's not too much of an imposition.
20, What were the social and economic consequences of the imposition of colonial rule?
21, This can lead to fervent acceptance or rejection uninformed by understanding, the imposition of one mode of thinking on another.
22, Depositum details were either cut into the lead or achieved by the imposition of cast lead letters.
23, Further, the county council has not yet given its consent to the imposition of any traffic regulations.
24, The foreign minister, Stan Mudenge, has previously said that sanctions could lead to the imposition of martial law.
25, On the one hand, the law is traditionally, and rightly, ready to relieve them against hardship and imposition.
26, In some cases this process may have been heightened by the imposition of regional policy discussed earlier.
27, In early 1989, violent riots led to more arrests and killings and the eventual imposition of martial law.
28, Here Period V of late Roman date saw the imposition of an inhumation cemetery upon the earlier pattern of ditched enclosures.
29, The report claims that this would be more effective than resorting to timber import restrictions and the imposition of logging bans.
30, The drawback was his rather dowdy wife and their increasing brood of children, an imposition to be endured.
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