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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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Pureprint chief executive officer Mark Handford said his firm had been looking to add a large format production capability for some time, having previously worked on contracts together with Imprint.
The research can be considered a step towards the green synthesis of molecular imprint polymers in order to solve the low kinetic problem of the common molecular imprint polymers.
First, the researchers coaxed the matter imprint to the outside of the cloud by changing the magnetic field, and then they turned the control laser back on.
Books which have reportedly been commissioned by the new imprint are The Really Resourceful Mum's Handbook by Elen Lewis, and London Food, a cookbook by Martin Ellory.
In addition, Monica Harris, who launched Arabesque is creating an African American romance fiction imprint for Dorchester Publishing.
HarperCollins bought the company in 1999, and the imprint went from publishing an average of four to five books a year to now releasing almost 20 new titles annually.
Giuseppe Penone: The Imprint of Drawing" was curated by Catherine de Zegher, director, Drawing Center, "Kiki Smith: Prints, Books & Things" was curated by Wendy Weitman, curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, Museum of Modern Art.
as well as the Thomas More and Christian Classics imprints of RCL Enterprises of Allen, Texas.
Researchers have developed MIPs for small molecules, and imprints have been successfully developed for penicillin V, penicillin G and oxacillin.
Age spectrum: The oldest star to make an imprint was George Burns, who was 83 at the time of his January 1979 ceremony.
El Deafo" by Cece Bell, illustrated by Cece Bell and published by Amulet Books, an imprint of ABRAMS.
MII), the market and technology leader for nanopatterning systems and solutions, today announced it has signed an agreement to sell its semiconductor imprint lithography equipment business to Canon Inc.
Maternal nutritional status can also alter the epigenetic state of the fetal genome and imprint gene expression levels with lifelong consequences.
Beginning in 2000 with Addicted, which she self published on her own imprint, Strebor Books International, Zane's erotic novels have attracted swarms of readers and are dominating African American best-seller lists.
Media group, Pearson, is to develop a new business publishing imprint with US management school, Wharton.