Examples of impend in a Sentence
for confirmed pessimists some disaster always seems to be impending
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Peckinpaugh said the city will continue distributing door hangers giving at-risk households a seven-day notice of impending shutoffs.
Smith's impending return was the impetus for the Astros' roster move on Sunday, optioning Cionel Perez back to Class AA after Yuli Gurriel returned from paternity leave.
Stagnant workforce growth, the impending retirement of older workers, a changing job landscape and a widening skills gap are a few of the challenges Missouri employers face.
Crowley’s impending exit has opened up a large field of new names that are floating around.
Separately, the impending retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, who has long been the court’s swing vote on many issues, means President Trump will get to nominate a second pick for the court.
What’s happening right now is another threat to the ACA, one made worse by the impending retirement of Justice Kennedy.
To maintain operational secrecy, they are not told of impending missions.
There’s always the chance that some life event (even Jerry’s impending nuptials) is a decoy designed to lure someone into a highly taggable place, so the entire plot is strangely choked with a paranoia.
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