v. Simple past tense and past participle of impose.
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adj. p. p. of impose.
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adj. set forth authoritatively as obligatory
"The circle, surrounding 120 acres next to Wilf's planned 260-acre stadium parcel, drew gasps last week at a St. Paul Rotary luncheon when business leaders saw the label imposed on it -- "Potential Convention Center Hotel.""
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