impower

impower

(ɪmˈpaʊə)
vb
a less common spelling of empower

impower


Past participle: impowered
Gerund: impowering

Imperative
impower
impower
Present
I impower
you impower
he/she/it impowers
we impower
you impower
they impower
Preterite
I impowered
you impowered
he/she/it impowered
we impowered
you impowered
they impowered
Present Continuous
I am impowering
you are impowering
he/she/it is impowering
we are impowering
you are impowering
they are impowering
Present Perfect
I have impowered
you have impowered
he/she/it has impowered
we have impowered
you have impowered
they have impowered
Past Continuous
I was impowering
you were impowering
he/she/it was impowering
we were impowering
you were impowering
they were impowering
Past Perfect
I had impowered
you had impowered
he/she/it had impowered
we had impowered
you had impowered
they had impowered
Future
I will impower
you will impower
he/she/it will impower
we will impower
you will impower
they will impower
Future Perfect
I will have impowered
you will have impowered
he/she/it will have impowered
we will have impowered
you will have impowered
they will have impowered
Future Continuous
I will be impowering
you will be impowering
he/she/it will be impowering
we will be impowering
you will be impowering
they will be impowering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been impowering
you have been impowering
he/she/it has been impowering
we have been impowering
you have been impowering
they have been impowering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been impowering
you will have been impowering
he/she/it will have been impowering
we will have been impowering
you will have been impowering
they will have been impowering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been impowering
you had been impowering
he/she/it had been impowering
we had been impowering
you had been impowering
they had been impowering
Conditional
I would impower
you would impower
he/she/it would impower
we would impower
you would impower
they would impower
Past Conditional
I would have impowered
you would have impowered
he/she/it would have impowered
we would have impowered
you would have impowered
they would have impowered
References in classic literature ?
I, as I undertook, and with the vote Consenting in full frequence was impowered, Have found him, viewed him, tasted him; but find Far other labour to be undergone Than when I dealt with Adam, first of men, Though Adam by his wife's allurement fell, However to this Man inferior far-- If he be Man by mother's side, at least With more than human gifts from Heaven adorned, Perfections absolute, graces divine, And amplitude of mind to greatest deeds.
Public opinion impowers the man of law when this is done, to advertise the negro in the newspapers, warning his owner to come and claim him, or he will be sold to pay the jail fees.
this is a veat notification of bradford councils intention to engage with impower consultancy to support the delivery of the opportunities to reduce demand volumes and costs identified in the review undertaken by impower.
Under the global theme of 'Press for Progress', the event by Descon was branded with the tagline of 'IMPOWER'.
He also highlighted a recent Impower report into school transport for special needs children, compiled at a cost of PS27,000 and dismissed as 'nonsense' as it advocated cuts which proved unworkable.
He also highlighted the recent IMPOWER report into school transport for special needs children, compiled at a cost of PS27,000 and dismissed as "nonsense" and advocating cuts which proved unworkable.
has strengthened its commitment to support and empower early-career, high-potential women via IMpower, a new results-driven and researched-based program.
If he or they should refuse to go by the Parnass or adjuntos message wee all covenant promise and unanimously agree to turn him or them the aggressors out of the Synagogue without respect to persons, and that wee may all submit to this agreement or Law, wee do by these presents Impower the said Parnass and Adjuntos to put this in execution as Law against any one of us if wee do not behave well, as well as against all and every person or persons that comes to the Synagogue and misbehaves.
As we have observed, for Locke the rule of private property was sacrosanct and with it all laws that protected this cardinal principle for which humans organized themselves in a state.76 Even the royal prerogative was subject to the prescription of law for the king's authority being given him only by the law, he cannot impower any one to act against the law, or justify him, by his commission, in so doing; the commission, or command of any magistrate, where he has no authority, being as void and insignificant, as that of any private man.77 Further, all unlawful acts of abuse of powers and discretion were deemed to be a declaration of war on the people, in which case, the people had the right to remove such a state of affairs by force.78
Other figures reveal the force paid more than PS144,000 last November for consultancy fees - including PS65,891 to London-based Impower Consulting Ltd.
What seems at first to be its strongest argument pursues a recession of looking, a paradoxical awareness of blindness and "impower," that leads beyond image rather than to a new image regime; then Deleuze drops even that to make way for the continuation of "life." If this life is to be new, it would need to be based on something other than the old Bergsonian and Spinozan terms, but it does not seem to be.