And while Obama both reflects and reinforces the impetus to realign, the befuddled, hemmed-in GOP seems doomed to decline.
That question provided the impetus for Walters to finally sit down with the notoriously interview-shy fashion overlord in 2006.
The impetus behind the project, she tells The Daily Beast, was to capture the intensity of her own experience becoming a mother.
Police will not say whether the incident was the impetus for the arsons Burkhart allegedly committed.
Will a new overstep such as voluntary default be the impetus for realignment between the parties?
Perhaps the impetus may be given them by the pressure of the currents from the poles.
There was no shock of any kind; the bridge had no impetus except from its own weight.
With all these things to give an impetus to the sale of tickets, it was little wonder that they were disposed of readily.
The impetus of the crowd had carried Miette and Silvere along in this direction.
Something merciless is there not in this conjunction of restriction and impetus?
early 15c., impetous "rapid movement, rush;" 1640s, with modern spelling, "force with which a body moves, driving force," from Latin impetus "attack, assault, onset, impulse, violence, vigor, force, passion," related to impetere "to attack," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + petere "aim for, rush at" (see petition (n.)).