Impen

Im`pen´


v. t.1.To shut up or inclose, as in a pen.
[imp. & p. p. Impenned and Impent ( ); p. pr. & vb. n. Impenning.]
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They, like Valencia resident Cynthia Impens, suffered serious heart attacks within hours of their initial hints something was wrong.
For Impens, then 43, the first inkling was even less obvious.
Moline, Vardanian and Impens were all in their 40s when their heart attacks hit.
And Impens is taking a beta-blocker and aspirin every day, in addition to hitting the gym.
40) De Wasch K, Le Bizec B, De Brabander H, Andre F, Impens S.
Impens, (252) the private detectives working at the Grand Rapids Meijer store observed Frederick Impens and two other men stealing audio tapes.
254) Other courts have agreed with the general conclusion arrived at by the Impens court.
Van Bruwaene R, Kirchmann R, Impens R (1986) Cd contamination in agricultural and zootechnology.