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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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Consequently, when they impose values, our confusion about religion and morality is less likely to come to the fore.
If a retailer violates the law on retail returns and refuses to accept a return or imposes hidden fees, they can be liable to the customer, in a civil court action such as small claims court, for at least the price of the goods.
An automated teller machine operator that imposes a fee on a consumer for initiating an electronic fund transfer or a balance inquiry shall:
This is precisely what an LRTA in the WTO would achieve, and negotiating an agreement in the WTO, as opposed to the ILO, would provide developing countries with opportunities to seek concessions in other areas for the economic adjustments and technical and financial burdens an LRTA could impose on them.
If the proposal is rejected, Northwest has said it will try to impose a contract.
Both have religious values that are unique to their church and which they would not seek to impose on the country.
Indeed, the two provisions impose a burden on the government to prove the elements of substantial malfeasance that is similar to the elements for establishing criminal conduct (i.
They impose operational inefficiencies on bank holding companies that increase their costs and reduce their competitiveness, and they limit a bank holding company's ability to market its products in a way that is both most profitable and desired by its customers.
This provision seems to imply that to avoid the second-tier tax, tax-exempts must monitor themselves and correct excess benefit transactions before the IRS imposes the first-tier tax upon audit.
It goes without saying that the lack of affordable housing in most jurisdictions that want to impose affordable housing fees is the result not of "market failure" but of local government regulations preventing the marketplace from providing lower-priced housing.
Procurement taxes: Thirty-four states impose procurement taxes.
Because West Virginia was ultimately permitted to impose a tax on the fuel consumed by vessels that navigate the Ohio River, including vessels that making no stops at all in West Virginia, and to dedicate this tax to the State's highways, it is possible that other states, as well as municipalities, that border interstate navigable waterways (the inland waterways as well as the coastal waterways) may enact laws imposing similar taxes.