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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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Imaginarium, the brand new self-publishing imprint from Copyhouse Press, opened at the beginning of March 2016 and is already drawing strong interest from quality writers who want to get their work into print and choose professional help to get there.
This hypercellularity which is that usually associated with malignant imprints was a confusing element in the cytological diagnosis of these tumors.
The imprints from benign lesions were found to be normocellular and a few were hypocellular as well.
Target: Molecular Imprints' semiconductor imprint lithography equipment unit
The ability to quickly imprint up to 26 digits of information inside an area as small as 1 mm2.
With the Imprio HD2200, the disk drive industry for the first time has a nanopatterning system capable of patterned media advanced development and pilot production," said Paul Hofemann, vice president of marketing and business development for hard disk drives and emerging markets at Molecular Imprints.
Independent bookstores that are not black owned and already carry Harlequin imprints will have access to a wider range of African American fiction.
Having imprints out there means that more people of color are going to get published, period," says Adriana Lopez, editor of Criticas, a publishing industry magazine on Spanish-language books.
Lerner said it expects the two acquired imprints to produce 100 new titles in 2005, bringing LPG's annual total of new titles to 400.
I'm confident the revenues will result in profitable LawRx and IncRx imprints, but I'm not sure how smoothly the operation will perform internally.
as well as the Thomas More and Christian Classics imprints of RCL Enterprises of Allen, Texas.
The process is generally similar to that wherein one molecule imprints it structure within a larger host molecule.
While the imprints of the bodies (torso, thighs, and s o on) are in part aleatory, they also recall primitive rock paintings or the Holy Shroud, or even certain abbreviations by Matisse or Chagall.
Researchers have developed MIPs for small molecules, and imprints have been successfully developed for penicillin V, penicillin G and oxacillin.