Examples of imminence in a Sentence
since the end of the Cold War, nuclear annihilation has seemed to be a less likely imminence
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No one knows those numbers better than Pompeo, who spent a lot of time with the CIA's Korea Mission unit, assessing the scope and imminence of its nuclear capabilities.
Should children be taught of the imminence of their own death in much the same way that they are taught their ABCs?
Easter’s imminence brought on a new level of splendor.
And as a result, census statistics will continue to roil the public discussion of diversity, by exaggerating white decline and the imminence of a majority-minority United States.
While in San Juan there are talks about the imminence of a humanitarian crisis, for him, his wife and two children, this crisis has already begun.
The imminence of the threat is visible from the top of a hill just behind Ms. Soukat’s house: a sprawling development of condos wrapped around a golf course, built by a major real estate developer, Addoha.
Mr. Lopez, who typically works in impressionistic black and white, shot in the early mornings and at dusk, when the light itself embodied the imminence of change.
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