impendence


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im·pen·dent

 (ĭm-pĕn′dənt)
adj.
Being about to occur; impending.

im·pen′dence n.
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Noun1.impendence - the state of being imminent and liable to happen soon
state - the way something is with respect to its main attributes; "the current state of knowledge"; "his state of health"; "in a weak financial state"
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If at all, such threats may manifest either the impendence of a deep-seated desire for despotism, a crude way of exhibiting helplessness and frustration in the midst of enormous self-created problems, sheer anger directed at critics, simply ignorance of the Constitution, or "all or a combination of the above."
Ironically the history of the country tell a bitter truth that in the pre-partition era government hospitals were built by the British government and after impendence most of the hospitals and units of primary healthcare were built in the non-elected governments.
In a report released on 7 December, the human rights group said alarmed by the increase of executions in South Sudan for the first time since the impendence in 2011.
(Bailo and Vromen, 2017) Governments can monitor and inspect online activities, evaluate public opinion, and suppress impendence before it escalates.
In addition to the Easter, Christmas and other religious holidays, Labour Day, and its impendence day, Cyprus marks the start of the War of Greek Independence in 1821, the anniversary of the launch of the Eoka struggle against British rule, and Ochi Day which marks Greek resistance against the Axis powers, which resulted in Greece entering WWII.
The patrolling hours of Dolphin and PERU will also be increased while strict security arrangements would be made for the security of parking areas so that citizens could celebrate impendence Day without any fear.
Talking to The Nation, DC Rawalpindi Dr Umer Jahangir said the purpose of holding a meeting of District Intelligence Committee is to evolve a comprehensive security plan to protect all the functions and ceremonies of Pakistan Impendence Day which will be held across the district.
R and L are the equivalent resistance and impendence of the ac system.
Zhang, "Active vibration isolation of the saturated ground with wave impendence block inside and under the load of the travelling train," Zhendong GongchengXuebao, vol.
Electrode impendence was maintained below 5 k[OMEGA] with a sampling rate of 500 Hz and a 0.15-50 Hz band-pass filter.
The resonator works like a stepped impendence resonator (SIR) at even mode resonant frequency.