Imposing was a notable Australian thoroughbred racehorse.
He was a chestnut son of Todman from the Arctic Explorer mare Hialeah.
Some of his major race victories included the 1979 AJC Epsom Handicap, AJC George Main Stakes and the STC Hill Stakes.
Retired to stud following his successful racing career, his progeny included the champion Super Impose, Imposera (1988 MRC Caulfield Cup) and Imprimatur (1986 AJC Spring Champion Stakes).
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... on a state or local government’s ability to impose restrictions that reach beyond the immediate parties with which the government transacts business.” White v ... limit on the Market Participant Exception is that it allows a State to impose burdens on commerce within the market in which it is a participant but allows it to go no further ... The State may not impose conditions, whether by statute, regulation, or contract, that have a substantial regulatory effect outside of that particular ...
... Now a veteran of 53 starts, Super Impose again resumed in the Warwick Stakes, and defeated Livistona Lane and Royal Creation, before an unplaced run ... At his next start, with his win in the Epsom Handicap, Super Impose created history in winning the AJC’s Epsom and Doncaster Handicaps two years in a row, in ... on genius', Darren Beadman switched Super Impose back to the inside, and he weaved through the field, emerging over the closing stages to veteran racecaller John Tapp's cry of ‘He ...
... The United States Constitution generally does not limit the ability of a state to impose a sales or use tax on persons using goods within the state ... However, it does impose limitations on each state's ability to tax interstate commerce under the Commerce Clause and the Due Process Clause ... Several state constitutions impose limitations on sales tax ...
... Super Impose made guest appearances at various racetracks, including Randwick for the Epsom and Doncaster Handicap parades, and Moonee Valley for a Night of Champions in 2005 ... Super Impose appeared small later in life, due to a sway back, common in old horses, but enjoyed running in the paddocks of Glenlogan Park Stud in ... Due to infirmities associated with old age, Super Impose was humanely euthanised in 2007 at the age of 22 ...
1778 was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain which declared that Parliament would not impose any duty, tax, or assessment for the raising of revenue ... The Act declared that Parliament would not impose any duty, tax, or assessment for the raising of revenue in any of the colonies ... Parliament would only impose such duties as expedient to regulate commerce and the net income from these duties would be given to the colonies ...
Famous quotes containing the word impose:
“Age is a limit we impose upon ourselves. You know, each time you Westerners celebrate your birthday you build another fence around your minds.”
—Robert Riskin (18971955)
“In the past, the English tried to impose a system wherever they went. They destroyed the nations culture and one of the by- products of their systemisation was that they destroyed their own folk culture.”
—Martin Carthy (b. 1941)
“A dissenting minority feels free only when it can impose its will on the majority: what it abominates most is the dissent of the majority.”
—Eric Hoffer (19021983)