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Impeded

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A celestial body was traditionally said to be impeded or impedited when poorly aspected.

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Corruption, criminality, illegal drugs and terrorism have impeded our progress in the past year,' he said.
PESHAWAR -- Advisor to the Prime Minister Engr Ameer Muqam Tuesday alleged that the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government had impeded work on development projects in NA-4 Peshawar fearing victory of the PML-N candidate in the by-poll.
He noted that what has impeded the rise of a state in Lebanon and the Arab world for the past fifty years was "trading with the Palestinian cause.
In a statement, Robert Buckland QC drew attention to the risk of publishing material, including on social media, which could create a substantial risk that the course of justice may be seriously impeded or prejudiced.
He said: "In recent years there have been several incidents where leisure craft have impeded the ferry and other large vessels entering and leaving the Haven.
trimming AS you walk up the track towards the cottage, progress is impeded by the overhanging branches of one of the best trees in the garden, Cornus 'Norman Hadden'.
Summary: The small number of smartphones in Lebanon that can use 4G has impeded the growth of this new technology, caretaker Telecommunications Minister Nicolas Sehnaoui said Friday.
The petition was filed by former chief minister of Punjab Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi pleading that election process should be impeded till final decision of his election petition pending.
This is to make sure that the views of other spectators are not impeded.
The issue is that, in this society, the ability of people to live a middle-class lifestyle is impeded without a college degree," McCarthy said.
Since they view energy at wavelengths which are not impeded by glass, the Sniper model can look through glass or Pyrex viewing parts in ovens, furnaces and reactors.
This report gives a voice to advocates in countries where the Gag Rule has impeded efforts to reduce unsafe abortion.