But Obamacare, and other Obama policies, just might import French-style mass unemployment to the US.
The government has since prohibited the production, sale, and import of these products.
It is now illegal to import (or even hand carry for personal consumption) any Japanese beef.
The import of those words resonated through my entire being.
In the accompanying video, Daniel Gross and Megan McArdle discuss the import of the $16 trillion figure.
It was evident, however, she was addressing him upon some subject of import.
He spoke sadly; though his words were half gay in their import.
Henry could understand only a word or two of what they said, but he guessed its import.
Occasionally he had endeavoured to import the materials for them from the Continent, from London.
The Bokharians also import large quantities of cotton, partly raw and partly spun.
"consequence, importance," 1580s; sense of "that which is imported" is from 1680s; both from import (v.).
An out-of-town date brought to a dance, party, etc (1940s+ Students)
To read data that is not in the native format of the application. For example, a web browser will have its own way of storing bookmarks but it will usually provide a function to import bookmarks from Internet Explorer. The alternative is to provide an independent external conversion utility but this is usually less convenient for the user.