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Synonyms for imprint

Synonyms for imprint

to produce a deep impression of

the visible effect made on a surface by pressure

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a distinctive influence

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an identification of a publisher

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an impression produced by pressure or printing

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a device produced by pressure on a surface

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establish or impress firmly in the mind

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mark or stamp with or as if with pressure

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Like an imprinter machine, running the cards later means that you likely won't be able to get payment from any transaction for which the card is declined.
Imprinter seeding has already restored perennial grasses on 20,000 hectares of degraded land in the Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona and is currently being used to restore native vegetation at several degraded land sites in the Mojave Desert of southern California where annual precipitation is only about one-half that of the Sonoran Desert (Dixon and Carr 1994c).
The factory-installed imprinter option prints computer-generated characters on scanned pages, allowing users to stamp essential information onto documents.
We developed the Imprinter + system as the new generation in name tag production and wearing.
The company will also show their Model S-44 hot stamp imprinter, which imprints large-area (up to 4 by 5-in) messages on plastic films and parts, and the Model FSI (Flat Stock Imprinting) System for imprinting variable information on plastic films, labels, or cards.
FX500e is Primeras new and enhanced foil imprinter that adds brilliant metallic highlights to pre-printed or blank labels.
Simple seeders, directly driven from the Dixon Land Imprinter roller, deliver complex mixes of native seeds to the roller top where they are carried forward, dropped on the soil surface, and then imbedded in the imprint surfaces.
The i6030 scanner scans up to 40 cheques and related items per minute and is available at USD1,895 with imprinter.
So strong is the practical need of business to sign up with credit card companies that they agree to pay about 4% of each transaction to the card issuer, retain detailed records, help police locate lost or stolen cards, pay initial sign-up fees and rental fees for the imprinter equipment, and maintain accounts at issuer banks.
Sol says "Everyone looks for an imprinter that is cheap and affordable while maintaining the required quality standards.
A post-scan imprinter enables the tracking of documents after scanning.
The paper also will be able to add units to the press towers, with an imprinter for each printing couple to meet future demand for shorter, personalized editions.
A hot-stamp imprinter designed for high-speed intermittent or continuous motion is new from Norwood Marking Systems, Downers Grove, Ill.
Norwood will also exhibit its new compact, electronic, servodriven, Continuous-Motion Hot-Stamp imprinter aimed for use with extruders, converting, horizontal form-fill-seal and other packaging equipment.