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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. Domineering; dictatorial.
2. Urgent; imperative.
From Latin imperare (to command) which also resulted in imperative, emperor, empire, and imperial. Earliest documented use: 1541.
"She had an imperious manner that dared anyone to get in her way. She wore impeccable suits."
Helen Stringer; Spellbinder; Macmillan; 2009.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:In the cellars of the night, when the mind starts moving around old trunks of bad times, the pain of this and the shame of that, the memory of a small boldness is a hand to hold. -John Leonard, critic (1939-2008)
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