impeditive


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impeditive

(ɪmˈpɛdɪtɪv)
adj
causing hindrance; impeding
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Venturing abroad provides them with more and fresh opportunities to avoid impeditive residuals rooted in economic and institutional transformation while enjoying expanded geographical domain where they can capitalize on their distinctive capabilities.
The first premise postulates that the sole relation of space to locational activities is an impeditive and cost-imposing one.
His twofold hypothesis is that first, "ascribing to space not only an impeditive quality but also an additional property, viz.