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impediment

Law an obstruction to the making of a contract, esp a contract of marriage by reason of closeness of blood or affinity
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I am in a condition to prove my allegation: an insuperable impediment to this marriage exists.
Both sides stressed on the importance of identifying and removing all the impediments for improving relations.
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13 (Petra)-Jordan's Chamber of Industry (JCI) and its Indonesian counterpart discussed ways to foster bilateral economic cooperation and to overcome impediments obstructing growth of trade exchange volume at the private sectors' level.
Restrictions and impediments undermine efforts to foster peace, stability and security in Ukraine, he said.
Of course, under present conditions there are impediments on the way: Banking relations with Europe are not yet fixed.
The court has also directed the officials concerned to produce notifications under which the security forces are entitled to raise barriers and impediments on the roads of metropolitan.
Removing such impediments will allow resources to move more freely so they can be put into more productive use, he said.
And by the end of November, Cyprus must have in place a "time-bound action plan" removing impediments for lenders to file for, and obtain, an attachment [seizure] of financial assets and earnings of delinquent borrowers.
He said there is need to build mutual confidence to overcome the impediments in barter trade and commodity exchanges enabling the two countries to benefit from their proximity and neighborhood.
He said there is need to build mutual confidence to overcome the impediments in barter trade and commodity exchanges facilities enabling the two countries to benefit from their proximity and neighborhood.
He then carefully develops a lexicon for his discussion, noting the semantic difference between pathologies of love and impediments to loving, and distinguishing them from the more commonly characterized problems with sex.