This is just another attempt to impinge upon freedom of speech and free expression.
Things are distant, but in so far as they impinge at all, not unpleasant.
When the government taxes and regulates, it does impinge upon personal freedom.
Nor does it impinge on "the fundamental right of privacy guaranteed by the United States Constitution."
Hines's pictures don't make us feel miserable enough, for the misery of their subjects to impinge fully on us.
Was not the tinted music so cunningly merged as to impinge first on the optic nerve?
The word that did impinge on his consciousness did so with a shock.
But suppose the waves generated by one system of molecules to impinge upon another system, how will the waves be affected?
He was the only man in England whose career might impinge upon mine.
The correct bearing should take in the whole of the wall and the whole of the white line, and should just impinge upon the sole.