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use "impasse" in a sentence

"The political impasse was clearly impacting both business and consumer confidence." This impasse led to war, and de Sousa was able to oust Nzinga from her island capital of Kidonga that year.

jeanne lived with her husband Marcel in a hovel at 9 impasse Florimont, with no gas,
the area which proved impassable for larger apparatus.

Airdropped supplies to the isolated infantrymen were common as the trail was impassable to motor vehicles.

Even so, one source notes that side streets in the City of Buffalo were "practically impassable” on Wednesday ( January 26 ) (USACE 1977, p. 2).

It is handed down that whenever the river became so swollen as to be impassable, the people at the Clonassey and Ballyda side used to assemble on Sunday mornings on the western bank, opposite the chapel.

Plot summary Original module The module begins when the players are informed that a pair of impassable doors has been discovered under the abandoned Maure Castle.

Because of a sandbank, the northern one is very narrow and shallow, 100 m wide and just 1 m deep in places, impassable to large boats.

During the rains the Tekezé (i.e. the "Terrible") rises some m ( ft) above its normal level, and at this time forms an impassable barrier between the northern and central regions.

On a certain part of the first floor, there is a seemingly impassable wall of rubble.

Bond says that all bridges apart from London Bridge have been made impassable in a bid to impede the invaders, and that H-142 must be delivered.

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