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about to occur at any moment

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close in time

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But how imminent? His position gradually became clear to him.
Often he had to cross and recross the rushing torrent, as it wound foaming and roaring down its broken channel, or was walled by perpendicular precipices; and imminent was the hazard of breaking the legs of the horses in the clefts and fissures of slippery rocks.
They were in imminent peril of drowning, especially Mr.
For there is no question, but a just fear of an imminent danger, though there be no blow given, is a lawful cause of a war.
Suddenly it became as midnight; the noises of the jungle ceased; the trees stood motionless as though in paralyzed expectancy of some great and imminent disaster.
The King's party, however, had no suspicion that an attack was imminent, and, in direct contrast to the methods of the baronial troops, had spent the preceding night in drunken revelry, so that they were quite taken by surprise.
His heart was sore, his pride had been bitterly touched, the desire and the whole fabric of his life was in imminent and serious danger.
FORMER Newcastle United star Lee Clark feels a takeover of the Magpies is not imminent and doubts the club's ownership will change hands before the start of the season.
Pag po 'yan ay nakataas sa ating paliparan, wala hong pwedeng gumalaw dahil po yung imminent ng danger po nung kidlat ay malapit sa paliparan,' MIAA General Manager Ed Monreal said in an interview over dzMM.
The threat posed on US forces in the Middle East is "imminent" US Marine Gen.
Tata Motors (TTM) has denied a report that said the company could look at sell Jaguar Land Rover to French automotive group PSA (PUGOY) could be imminent, Reuters' Paul Sandle reports.
Summary: Colombia [United States], Apr 24 (ANI): United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka Alaina Teplitz on Tuesday said that Washington did not provide any advance intelligence regarding imminent attack prior to Easter Sunday attacks.
The World Economic Forum has recently published a report named 'Regional Risks for Doing Business', which has listed imminent risks to the South Asian nations as well.
The World Economic Forum has recently published a report named Regional Risks for Doing Business', which has listed imminent risks to the South Asian nations as well.
Where an estranged husband challenged the extension of an abuse prevention order entered against him, the extension was an abuse of discretion because the wife failed to meet her burden of proof to show that she possessed a reasonable fear of imminent physical harm.