Germany is not imposing its will on Europe.
Shortly after his inauguration he began (or threatened to begin) imposing tariffs left, right and centre.
And a lot of those people saw him on the debate stage and concluded, this guy is actually not so imposing after all.
This beautiful neo-classical cathedral is the biggest church in Budapest and sits on the imposing square of Szent István.
The cost to the country imposing sanctions can be large, particularly when it is acting unilaterally.
Even within the United States, local governments were imposing shelter-at-home orders and police-enforced quarantine zones.
For too long, the ECB resisted any notion of imposing losses on private bondholders even when it was obvious that Greece was bust.
Since March 2020, countries like Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand have been imposing a mandatory hotel stay on arriving travellers.
International concern about deforestation and the accompanying ecological damage pressured the Cambodian government into imposing bans on logging.
The judgment from the European court of justice in Luxembourg was condemned by free speech organisations for imposing restrictions on online comments.
The current Royal Opera House is its third incarnation; it opened in 1858, with an imposing NeoClassical facade that mimicked the design of its predecessors.
Inaugurated in 1919, the imposing Romanesque Church of the Madonna Della Difesa is a bulwark of the community and a designated National Historic Site of Canada.
Instead, they use more subtle methods — like imposing rules and expectations, tinkering with pay, monitoring behaviors, controlling time, and passing judgment on performance.
This corporate philosophy involves wholeheartedly embracing new technology and imposing tightly controlled standards worldwide, for both its technology and in-house management techniques.
The state's history is one long tale of men imposing their wills on this landscape; and, much more rarely, of big-haired weather-beaten women imposing their wills on the men.
Significant parts of the original cathedral still remain intact, including much of the imposing frontage, accompanied by a number of restorations and additions added throughout the 20th century.
It is a form of imperialism in that the imposing community forcefully extends the authority of its way of life over the other population by either transforming or replacing aspects of the nondominant community’s culture.
The Trump administration is imposing new restrictions on Chinese journalists working in the United States, escalating its conflict with China over the news media as the two countries battle for economic, geopolitical and messaging dominance worldwide.
WASHINGTON — President Obama struck back at Russia on Thursday for its efforts to influence the 2016 election, ejecting 35 suspected Russian intelligence operatives from the United States and imposing sanctions on Russia’s two leading intelligence services.
Climate change is imposing severe economic threats to the navigation, energy and chemical companies that line the Mississippi River's feeder canals, Marmillion said, adding that these threats become increasingly fiscally "catastrophic" closer to Louisiana’s coast.
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