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impedimentum (s) (noun), impedimenta (pl)
Things which encumber progress; such as, baggage or traveling equipment: Jane had to determine what would be the impedimenta of clothes, toys, etc. of her children before she could pack their two suitcases for the trip to visit their grandparents.

James first had to put away all the impedimenta on his desk; including papers, pencils, rulers, paperclips, notebooks, etc., before his new computer was brought to his room and set up.

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An excessive number or amount of objects or equipment that make it more difficult to do something. (1)