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Synonyms for impinge

impinge on or upon something

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impinge on or upon something or someone

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impinge or infringe upon

advance beyond the usual limit

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If you are successful in showing to us that the interpretation of the nine- judge giving primacy to the CJI is wrong, you still don't succeed unless you succeed in showing that the present ( NJAC) system does not undermine or impinge upon the independence of judiciary", a five- judge bench headed by Justice J S Khehar said.
The authors point out that social policy analysis takes place within a cultural and ideological climate and that the helping professions cannot ignore the broader societal forces that impinge on their work.
However, over time these relationships may become so comfortable that the customer becomes reluctant to challenge the provider to deliver the best value available in the market for fear this will impinge on the "relationship.
The New Testament writers capture a sense of the multiplicity and omnipresence of these powers, which impinge on human life from every conceivable angle.
Applied by a high-pressure, impinge mix C-Spray reaction injection molding (RIM) gun and metering/tempering unit, the skin replaces the vinyl vacuum-forming or upholstering processes associated with these types of parts.
In the long run, how does America's heavy foreign borrowing impinge on the size of its manufacturing sector?
Daily, CalCPA's government relations team monitors our state Legislature, not to mention the California Board of Accountancy and other regulatory agencies that impinge on what you do and how you do it.
Additionally, the court asserted that "the presence of a religious symbol on once-public land that has been transferred into private hands may still" impinge upon the First Amendment principle of church-state separation.
The Royals were keen to have the game put back to last night because racing at the nearby Navan racecourse this afternoon is expected to impinge on gate receipts.
Ambitious historical surveys inevitably risk distorting and/or romanticizing the past, and the effects of that distortion impinge on our sense of present possibilities.
But the prospect of a celebrity-studded affair didn't impinge on Shirley's fashion sense.
And Aer Rianta resisted the venture on safety grounds, claiming it would impinge on the red zone around the airport and interrupt the flight path of aircraft.
Each one has its own environment and doesn't impinge on the others," McNeil explains.
Some industry observers fear that IBM's new product could impinge on EMC's continued growth.
Theirs is a strategy of admirable understatement that does not attempt to compete with or physically impinge upon the impressive medieval interior.