References in classic literature ?
It was as if some invisible jet impinged upon them and flashed into white flame.
Her perfect arm pressed Tarzan closer to her--a smile parted her lips and then she awoke, and slowly the smile faded and her eyes went wide in horror as the significance of the death chant impinged upon her understanding.
Never, thought Tara of Helium, had aught so delicious impinged upon her palate, and yet it was naught else than the almost tasteless usa, which is considered to be palatable only after having been cooked and highly spiced.
The engine slowed down and stopped just beyond that point where an angle of the house impinged upon the sharp slope of turf.
And at once, as the door swung inward on its hinges, the whole interior of the laboratory impinged upon my vision.
With more than the usual sense of being impinged upon the point of a bayonet, Katharine replied:
The minister said Pakistan's embassy in Washington had raised the matter with the US State Department and conveyed the country's concerns, highlighting the need for US authorities to curb activities that impinged upon the sovereignty of any country.
The imposition of term limits at both the federal and state levels upon the executive branch hasn't impinged upon its independence.
The groups still maintain that their religious freedom is impinged upon by the accommodation that allows them to send a letter stipulating that they will not provide contraceptive coverage.
Ordinary citizens must not fear that their rights are being impinged upon thanks to the application of a new set of laws.
Ordinary citizens must not fear that their rights are being impinged upon -- thanks to the application of a new set of laws.
The court said he had impinged upon the right to privacy of various persons and had attacked their fundamental right to life and liberty.