Example sentences for: imposition

How can you use “imposition” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • And in a federal lawsuit, the agency's leadership argues that a merger would jeopardize its educational programs and minority hiring efforts, and that its imposition amounts to bureaucratic bullying by state and federal officials.

  • In my opinion the imposition of price-and-wage controls was President Nixon's one serious economic-policy mistake.

  • The end of communism, the imposition of VAT at 16 percent, and the effect of inflation have, however, brought an end to those bargain-basement days.

  • Both the NYT and WP run stories on a development sure to be cited in this country by libertarians chafing against proposed Internet regulation: China's imposition today of stiff fines and prison sentences for distribution or consumption via the Net of "harmful information," defined as that which "defames government agencies," "impedes public order," or "damages state interests."

  • The major arguments against the imposition of a wealth tax will be by those who argue that it will inhibit savings and result in capital flight.


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