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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Detective Martin Riley, who led the investigation, said: "Bodycam footage of the incident was shown in court and the guards were very professional despite what happened - I think that was very impactive on the jury."
"We obviously endeavour to do that safely and we try to explain to the public when it's taking place, but sometimes that can be impactive on the street.
Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger said: "The Knife Angel will be an impactive presence in the heart of Middlesbrough and is what we need to raise awareness about the traumatic effects of knife crime.
"Community resolutions, when used correctly, can be more impactive and effective than the alternatives, for victims as well as offenders," he says.
Activist investment management firm Impactive Capital has announced the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS) has agreed to an anchor investment of USD 250 million for a six-year term, the company said.
These crimes are abhorrent but also highly impactive on victims and their families.
On the ground floor of SC Braga's Estadio Municipal, you will find the press room and the stage on which Benitez delivered one of the most impactive media calls for quite some time.
Study was carried out from January-April' 2017, a total of twelve equines suffering from various types of colic (impactive and spasmodic colic) were taken for clinico-hematobiochemical alterations.
"Their poem paints a vivid picture of the upset and impact burglary has on members of our communities, and it is heartening to see that they have been able to put their feelings down in such a moving and impactive way.