impendence


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Synonyms for impendence

the state of being imminent and liable to happen soon

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47) Ilyas Akhmadov and Miriam Lanskoy, The Chechen Struggle: Impendence, Won, and Lost (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), 77.
However, the author speaks at some length of the Arab nationalist movement which unsuccessfully attempted to face off with Israel, but skips the depth of the secular Palestinian national movement that broke away from official Arab nationalism leadership and kept the Palestinian struggle for freedom and impendence alive all these years, albeit under threat today from an Islamist trend in the region.
Boukine praised the late premiere's struggle for the impendence of Lebanon.
We will continue struggle till impendence of Kashmiris, he vowed.
i] sin([omega]t) the frequency, [omega] = 2[pi]f, the gain in rear amplification stage A, the impendence of the circuit Z, and the capacitance of sensor, C = [C.
Here the switching frequency is more than the series resonant frequency and the load is such that equivalent impendence across the terminal AB is inductive, therefore in this mode the converter operates with lagging power factor.
Using localized extraction was the crystal on the bottom side near the selective pallet area (which is part of the high impendence circuit), the selective solder connector, and a topside via area connected to the circuit.
Tenders are invited for Pa Colum Speaker 20 Watts With 100 Volt Line Matching Transformer I/P Power 20 W Rms 30 W Max, Power Taps 20/15/10/5 W Impendence Voltage 100V Freq.
Since the signing of the 2005 peace agreement and before its impendence on 9 July 2011, the South Sudan has been almost entirely depending on oil revenues from its crude oil that passes through Khartoum's pipeline to Port Sudan for sale in the international market.
Sleiman said on the eve of Impendence Day the talks constituted a forum for dialogue among parties rather than reconciliations.