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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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The imprint would be "bold and original, embrace new media, and challenge existing models", publishing "quality titles with a broad reach" that people will "want to talk about" across commercial fiction and non-fiction.
The histopathological diagnosis was considered as the gold standard and imprint cytological diagnosis was compared with it.
Pureprint is always looking for innovation and new ideas and Imprint have a good track record with this.
In each case we made a naked eye diagnosis from examination of the excised specimen before examining imprint cytology, after surgical removal, the lump was thoroughly inspected and palpated first as such and then it was bisected.
Vendor: Harris & Harris Group Inc, Molecular Imprints Inc
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.
The MPX-90M imprints surgical instruments and tools with permanent GS 1 DataMatrix barcodes, enabling manufacturers to readily comply with new, stricter regulations over the supply chain.
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.
MII is leveraging its innovative Step and Flash Imprint Lithography (S-FIL(R)) with Drop-on-Demand(TM) material application technology to become the worldwide market and technology leader in high-volume patterning solutions for storage and memory devices, while enabling emerging markets in optics, biotechnology, and other industries.
A particularly fickle suitor, Harlequin is pursuing black readers while concurrently courting women over 35 with its Next imprint.
Products: Manufacturers' representatives for 4,000 suppliers who have available over 750,000 products for customer imprint
But if the mother is not present, newly hatched goslings can imprint on the first objects they see, including a human or even a moving toy.
Imprint (16 mm, 14 minutes, 1997) visits similar territory, this time focusing on home movie images of her family house that are relentlessly examined and manipulated.
We hadn't even attempted a marketing plan when Rene Alegria, the editor of HarperCollins's Hispanic imprint Rayo, called Robyn to ask about our progress.
The hands of L'impronta del disegno (The Imprint of Drawing), 2002-2003, were so large that where their prints began was invisible to you, and where they ended disappeared off the horizon.