use imminent in a sentence.
It implies imminent human extinction.
Facebook has a imminent IPO.
In other news, COBOL is excited to announce its imminent move to the Apache Software Foundation.
What's the source of "An announcement from Valve itself is imminent.
With Starcraft 2 imminent, I can add one item to the hobby list.
I thought he was talking about Groupon's imminent focus on the burgeoning Hispanic market...
It's more about predicting imminent power changes since power stations take time to come online.
Proclamations predicting the imminent decline of Apple got old many years ago.
Isn't the title of these submissions legally required to be "Imminent Death Of The Net Predicted!
Correction: It's not an imminent meltdown.
What good would it do to trash MobileMe publicly before a suitable replacement was imminent?
Could this point to an imminent Jelly Bean release for Nexus devices?
You're going to need a very clear and precise definition of "imminent threat" then
I believe the official RSS feeds (along with all other unauthenticated endpoints) are going away imminently.