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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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This is the economic reality and it cannot be impinged upon by the provincial politics of this corner of Ireland, and of the world.
He went on: "But the fiscal sovereignty of member states is fully respected and not impinged upon -the powers of these European agencies will be focused on areas where there are disputes on points of law, rather than second-guessing national regulators or getting involved in the day-to-day running (of banks).
To the point where some individuals may feel their basic rights have been impinged upon.
Gerry Tobin was a person with his own work life, his own social life, his own private life, none of these lives, which he enjoyed, was entitled to continue to enjoy, in any way impinged upon your lives.
There was also evidence indicating that a catwalk railing was broken and impinged upon elevator control cables.
I say that whatever covenant I have with God--and I assume most people do--it's not impinged upon by moron homosexual guys having parades in San Francisco.
Conflicts with the aborigines, whose rights are being impinged upon, cause much hardship and bloody grief.
Though a few brave souls sat the chorus out, the issue of this unthinking tradition impinged upon what was a thoughtful, well-considered presentation of the oratorio from Birmingham Festival Choral Society on Sunday.
In subsequent chapters, Pomfret takes up attempts to ameliorate conditions that impinged upon the young outside workplaces, in public spaces, and parallel efforts to mold and mobilize them symbolically and politically.
Of course, on other days, reality and gravity impinged upon the accomplishment, but he was masterful.
The political situation in Serbia and Montenegro,formerly Yugoslavia,has impinged upon sport before.
The rules are there to protect the game at international level and Fifa's decision has impinged upon the credibility of this level of football.
The rules are there to protect the game at international level and its decision has impinged upon the credibility of this level of football and has also sent a signal to the smaller nations in the world game that when it comes to the crunch you will not support these smaller federations.
Smallman presents Schutz chronologically, which allows the reader to "trace a clear path from the ardent, often experimental, writing of the composer's earliest period to the serene, most abstract manner characteristic of his maturity; and at the same time to identify instances where momentous external events appear to have impinged upon his music.
All of which had never impinged upon our respect for him.