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Many persons even recognize the imminence of an indisposition by the inability to recall proper names.
Fresh news reports are lending the thing a flavor of imminence.
At first, nothing happens, which means the air is uncomfortably charged with imminence.
The only difference is that the imminence of a collapse is higher during a banking crisis than during a sovereign debt crisis.
He provides two reasons to doubt the optimism of those declaring the imminence of recovery.
Depression relies heavily on a paralyzing sense of imminence.
Even our party has yet to grasp the significance and imminence of the coming debt crisis.
From these data a general picture of the seriousness of the situation--imminence of depletion--can be determined.
Need for the highway improvement and imminence of development.

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