- Will you impart the secret to me?
- I'll impart a secret to you.
- Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
- The Bible, as a revelation from God, was not designed to give us all the information we might desire, nor to solve all the questions about which the human soul is perplexed, but to impart enough to be a safe guide to the haven of eternal rest.
- ‘sweeteners’ are substances used to impart a sweet taste to foods or in table-top sweeteners;
- ‘acids’ are substances which increase the acidity of a foodstuff and/or impart a sour taste to it;
- Guarantee that all courts have the necessary technical equipment and financial means to impart justice efficiently and properly.
- The concept of legitimate error such as to impart legal effects is linked to the theory of appearance.
- Flavour precursors such as carbohydrates, oligo-peptides and amino acids impart flavour to food by chemical reactions which occur during food processing.
- not intended to be consumed as such, which are added to food in order to impart or modify odour and/or taste;
- ‘glazing agents’ (including lubricants) are substances which, when applied to the external surface of a foodstuff, impart a shiny appearance or provide a protective coating;
- Embedded computing systems — the invisible electronics and software that impart intelligence to products and processes — are of strategic importance to the competitiveness of important European industrial sectors such as automotive, avionics, consumer electronics, telecommunications, medical systems and manufacturing.
- ‘other flavouring’ shall mean a flavouring added or intended to be added to food in order to impart odour and/or taste and which does not fall under definitions (b) to (g);
- It is used in private law when it is necessary to impart legal effects to a contract in respect of which one of the parties has legitimately relied on simple appearance.
- Petroleum products must not be present in water in such quantities that they:form a visible film on the surface of the water or form coatings on the beds of water-courses and lakes,impart a detectable ‘hydrocarbon’ taste to fish, produce harmful effects in fish.