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imposition

[‚im·pə′zish·ən]
(graphic arts)
The pattern of arranging pages for a signature of a book so that the pages will be in sequence when folding occurs.

Imposition

 

the arrangement of pages on a letterpress plate in such a way that a folio with pages in the proper sequence will be produced after the sheet is printed on both sides, folded, and cut.

imposition

The printing of pages on a single sheet of paper in a particular order so that they come out in the correct sequence when cut and folded.
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Further, such an interpretation, far from saving [1] from falsity, would make it self-contradictory, because, as we have seen, to create and withhold a benefit from someone is to impose a cost on him, if he has not consented to have the benefit withheld and if you initiated the creation and withholding.
Although, from a business perspective it is often sensible to have centralized sales or services entities, the base company sales and services rules effectively impose a tax cost on the use of such entities by accelerating U.
A provision added to the code imposes a fine and/or imprisonment of up to 20 years for "whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence" an investigation or proceeding by a federal department or agency or any case filed in bankruptcy.
To charge that globalization is imperialistic is like claiming that liberating slaves imposes a particular lifestyle on the former slaves.
In an April 5, 2001 letter to Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill, influential Oklahoma Republican Representative Steve Largent said of the OECD's effort: "Acting on the rather novel belief that it is unfair for low-tax countries to compete with high-tax countries, the Paris-based bureaucracy is seeking to impose fiscal protectionism on all countries.
Many ATM operators that impose such fees already disclose information about the fee to satisfy existing Regulation E and ATM interchange network requirements.
The focus was on development and application of a reproducible means to simulate the thermal impact that burning bedclothes materials impose on a mattress.
Stockwell Day, who won the leadership, is reported to have said that he will adhere to his social values, but he will not impose them.
But the law allows retailers to impose conditions on returns -- such as restocking fees -- as long as customers are advised of the conditions prior to purchase.
Senator Kamil Ali Aga urged that the FBR should not impose RD on the goods that were already in pipeline, terming it unconstitutional, unethical and illegal measure taken by FBR.
Stung by complaints from residents, the City Council called Monday for a study of costs related to garbage collection and promised to consult with neighborhood councils before it decides whether to impose a fee that would boost homeowners' trash bills by 233 percent.
In 2002, the WTO held that the ETI regime--like the FSC regime it replaced--constituted a prohibited export subsidy, and authorized the EU to impose up to $4 billion a year in retaliatory trade sanctions on U.