The lack of limbs does not impede the movement of snakes.
This would ultimately impede his succession to the imperial throne.
Restricted works are any that prevent or impede access to or over the land.
It lowers the unit cost of the products, and it does not impede future service work.
A person's family responsibilities and the prevalent patriarchy could impede mobilization.
Contact between players is only permitted if it does not impede an opponent or the general play.
Two weirs impede the flow of the river at Durham, both originally created for industrial activities.
The gorge protected the Roman flanks from attack, whilst the forest would impede approach from the rear.
The clashes among Spanish forces did not impede their destruction of the indigenous people and their culture.
Albuquerque targeted Malacca to impede the Muslim and Venetian influence in the spice trade and increase that of Lisbon.
Ground squirrel hunting is most successful in September and October, when early snow may impede the rodents’ rocky escape routes.
The mole plow allows underdrainage to be installed without trenches, or it breaks up deep impermeable soil layers which impede drainage.
The mole plough allows underdrainage to be installed without trenches, or it breaks up deep impermeable soil layers that impede drainage.
A 2008 article in International Security contended that Iran could seal off or impede traffic in the Strait for a month, and an attempt by the U.
As well as rules, the influence of models from other works was considered to impede the creator's own imagination, so that originality was essential.
They include fencing, buildings, structures, ditches, trenches, embankments and other works, where the effect of those works is to prevent or impede access.
It was built around the possession of fortified places and the close pursuit of the Danes to harass them and impede their preferred occupation of plundering.
Monopolies derive their market power from barriers to entry – circumstances that prevent or greatly impede a potential competitor's ability to compete in a market.
The narrow slits were intended to protect the defender by providing a very small target, but the size of the opening could also impede the defender if it was too small.
In 1807, Britain introduced a series of trade restrictions via the Orders in Council to impede neutral trade with France, which Britain was then fighting in the Napoleonic Wars.