preimposed

preimposed

(ˌpriːɪmˈpəʊzd)
adj
imposed beforehand
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According to the direction, size, and the anchorage depth of the design requirement, the active preload stress was preimposed on the rock wall.
When directed towards the other, human energy can produce good and by expressing it, so she overthew hierarchies preimposed in her childhood and tried to differenciate socio-economic conditions.
Thus the method does not really address the problem of dialogue design but is a preimposed system enhancement.
The censor tries to keep me from remembering my ideas, so that they will not interfere with some preimposed plan.