impingent

impingent

(ɪmˈpɪndʒənt)
adj
striking against or upon
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The judge remarked in his order that the operation of impingent order dated 21-12-17 passed by learned civil Court is suspended.
A case control study of Mann and Littke (14) was probably the first work that recognized shoulder impingent as a substantial problem in archers.
Finally, the added weight and packaging challenges presented by the necessary high pressure CNG storage tanks apply a significant negative factor in terms of fuel consumption and impingent on passenger space, luggage storage and exhaust routing options.
SO2, NO2 and Total oxidants: The SO2, NO2 and total oxidantswere monitored at each site by LaMotte air sampling pump (Model BD-Code 1949, USA) utilizing impingent method, where, the sampling manual was followed for sampling time and analysis.
It then becomes impingent upon us as scholars and historians to note the counter-positive: Mailer would examine the legitimate ground for social policy, meditate the dynamics of social change from acceptable norms that could redirect thinking more popularly without heavy-handed authorial dictations that demanded immediate social change.
The immediate tasks impingent upon all of us are to make African languages into written languages and the medium of scientific thought, to ensure that education, adult literacy and the emancipation of women are open to all Africans.
The surrounding air might have assisted the movement of the impingent cough flow upward toward the face of the doctor (manikin).
Three impingent angle (30,60,90[degrees]) and three velocities used are (45 60, 75 m/s).
Energy impingent on the floor is directly absorbed into the radiant cooling water loop.
Spyglass to eye, scanning the immediately impingent literary horizon, a mere straggle of isolate figures come into focus .
Mills can take several approaches, such as lengthening the dryer by adding more dryer cylinders or installing infrared (IR) air dryers or impingent dryers.