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If Adolf Hitler had not committed suicide, he likely would have been tried firstly of genocide. Undoubtedly he would have also been tried for various other war crimes also.

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he imposed a lot of corruption like the way he killed the jews and how he put the world on edge for about 7years .

Hitler was extremely authoritarian. He required the population of the Third Reich to accept everything that he said as absolute law, and was able to impose a death sentence on anyone who failed to do so.

"Impose to" is not idiomatic English. You can say "impose on" in a sentence such as "I hate to impose on you, but do you happen to have any Grey Poupon?"

Adolf Hitler is generally accepted to have been guilty of war crimes and genocide on a massive scale. If he were to stand trial, it would be for a number of things including those two items.

article 48 which gave the president the powers to impose emergency, suspended civil rights and rule the decree.

There really isn't one unless you endanger other people and they would like to press charges or, if you commit an already illegal Offense while attempting the suicide, in my opinion maybe it should be since technically you would be killing yourself. Added: Suicide/attempted suicide is still a crime in only a few places. Where it is a crime, the state law would control the maximum/minimum penalties. However, this is a crime that is rarely prosecuted at all. When it is prosecuted, it is more likely that the court would seek to impose alternate punishment (such as mental illness or substance abuse treatment) rather than traditional punishments, like jail.

I do not seek to impose my will on you. How long did the jury deliberate to impose their sentence?

To impose countervention is to penalize those who have penalized you.

I think a close antonym for impose would be "respect".

Don't allow the salesperson to impose a style that doesn't suit you.

The noun forms for the verb to impose are imposer, imposition, and the gerund, imposing.

The abstract noun forms of the verb to impose are imposition and the gerund, imposing.

The security guard was sent to impose order among the unruly fans. My aunt stayed for only one night because she didn't want to impose on us. Grandma's faith is very strong, but she would never impose her beliefs on anyone else.

No. The only relevant evidence for this claim would be instances where Hitler was unable to impose his will on Germany on things that mattered to him. A much more plausible view is that he personally was too lazy and disorganized to be an entirely effective dicatator.

what is tha main sentences and orders thec courts can impose on an individual

Congress can impose federal mandates, which require the state government to comply with its orders

impose means force something to be done. So the antonym would be freedom or free

i really don't mean to impose, but do you think its a good idea to throw that vase ?

You can impose something that is not a negative. You can, for instance, impose a moratorium. A moratorium is not a burden. If you impose a tax, that is synonymous with burdening somebody with a tax so, there is some overlap in meaning. Burdening somebody is often used to figuratively relate applying a heavy load. A related term is "to sand bag".

It is not OK to impose religion on other countries. But it is OK to "share" their religion.

No, the President of the USA does not have the Constitutional power to impose any tax. That is a power of the legislative branch of the government.

A suspended execution of sentence is when the judge actually renders a sentence to the defendant, but passes the execution of the sentence on defendant unless they commit another offense. The court will then have the right to impose the original sentence upon the defendant. A suspended imposition of sentence is when the judge does not enter a sentence on defendant and has the right to execute a sentence upon the defendant should they commit another offense.

Impose is a verb. Except for a few very old core vocabulary words, verbs do not have singular or plural forms. imposes

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