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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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Researchers led by Zhen Liu at Nanjing University (China) have now developed "molecularly imprinted" biocompatible polymer nanoparticles that recognize HER2 just as specifically as an antibody in order to prevent the dimerization.
Touch Imprint cytology was done for 51 cases on freshly cut surface of the specimen by gently pressing the glass slide.
Addison & Highsmith will become an imprint of Histria Books, dedicated to works of adult fiction, including historical fiction, science fiction, detective novels and other categories of fiction.
Jed Lyons, R&L group publisher and CEO, stated that the company will continue to release new titles under the Applause, Backbeat and Limelight imprints, while other new books will come out under the R&L name.
Mr Milan Syacutekora discovered the first area with dinosaur imprints in the western part of the High Tatras about 40 years ago, said Martin Kundraacutet from the Centre of Interdisciplinary Biosciences of Pavol Jozef Scaronafaacuterik University in Koscaronice, as quoted by the TASR newswire.The locality did not contain bones, which means the fossils are not remains of dead bodies but a record of their active days, Kundraacutet added.
1000 crore for the phase two of the Impacting Research Innovation and Technology (IMPRINT) India programme."
Caption: New battery technology for IoT devices Courtesy of Imprint Energy
After removing the template molecules by extraction, a molecularly imprinted polymer was analysed against other metal ions typically, such as [Zn.sup.2+], [Mg.sup.2+], [As.sup.3+], and [Na.sup.+].
"Having the information imprinted on all four sides of a corrugated secondary case or a retail-ready box increases the efficiency of the handling, as the cases don't have to be oriented in a specific way for the data to be read," explains Michael Sawyer, divisional director of product management and marketing at Diagraph Marking and Coding.
NHP, best known for its psychology and self-help books, has appointed its VP of development Catharine Meyers to lead the new imprint, which reportedly solidifies the press' expansion into the spirituality category.
This has the ability to generate a linked cognitive imprint making it more memorable to the learner.
A Descriptive Bibliography of Imprints from the Israelite House of David and Mary's City of David, 1902-2010
(2000) The paternal methylation imprint of the mouse H19 locus is acquired in the gonocyte stage during foetal testis development.
Global Banking News-July 14, 2015--Goldman to purchase Imprint Capital
NEWCASTLE'S Imprint Group has sold a majority shareholding to Sussexbased digital and litho printers, Pureprint.