impactive

Related to impactive: accusatory

impactive

(ɪmˈpæktɪv)
adj
1. of or relating to a physical impact
2. making a strong impression
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The Bio CEO Summit was brought together by Andrea Bartzen, Founder of IMPACTIVE BioConsult and produced by Karen Gamba of Ellipsis, LLC.
We hope that the additional charge will be used by the government to spur impactive social economic ventures across the country.
I am pleased to say that the festive period, while still exceptionally busy, was not as impactive on policing as it has been previously.
Det Sergeant Paul Byron said: "Despite a very successful and impactive start to this operation, it's important we maintain momentum and the initiative.
Choose from a fantastic variety of colours to complement your decor, from a neutral palette of creams and greys to impactive shades of aubergine and charcoal.
The finished product differed vastly from the appearance and functionality of other platforms representing drone technology agencies, giving The Daedalus Group a competitive edge with their fresh, professional and visually impactive website.
I am of the professional view that a merger in West Wirral would deliver a less impactive operational outcome than the outright closure of West Kirby or any other option.
is is how impactive RJ can be, if used appropriately and eectively.
ACC Kerr added "in recent months we've seen an upsurge in the level and intensity of attacks" but that it would be worse if it were not for a "number of impactive successes against these groups in recent months".
The results included a slide show, a dynamic page from Feed Growth, and a page of Google search results via Impactive Websites.
Initially I tried running with my husband as this was something I had done before my accident but I didn't like the feeling without being able to see properly plus the impactive nature of the exercise didn't fit well with my recuperation from a head injury.