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The task now imposed upon him was a most distasteful and unwelcome one.

We have sought no territory and we have imposed our will on none.

He imposed strict restraint on the gods whom he had made captive.

At any rate, he imposed most successfully upon the mother of Allis.

I warn you, then, that I have imposed upon you a difficult, a dangerous task.

It seemed to me that it was not quite that, but I could not then define what the sentiment was which imposed this wish on me.

You have imposed upon a nature which you knew to be confiding and unsuspicious.

They stammered and entreated, at their wit's end when a fine was imposed upon them.

Upon them as upon aliens their tribute is imposed, partly by the Sarmatians, partly by the Quadians.

I was annoyed at their indiscretion, and imposed silence on them.

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