convey the impression

See: appear, demean
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If you show up to a business meeting in a shirt that is crumpled and wrinkled, you convey the impression that the person you are meeting with isn't important.
However, I feel such debates convey the impression that a general election is about electing a single person not a party to form a government, and that performing well in such a debate is a good indicator of the qualities needed by a prime minister.
Balustrades from Hamra, Al-Zarif and from an unidentified public park convey the impression of looking at mazes.
The reconciliation process should not seek to create equivalence between an internationally recognised Government of Afghanistan and insurgent groups, confer legitimacy to insurgent groups or convey the impression of two competing state authorities for Afghanistan, which could undermine the legitimate Afghan State, Afghan Government and the political, social and economic progress witnessed in Afghanistan over the past decade," Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said.
The content of this page is designed to convey the impression that Google cares about security and privacy.
The scammers might convey the impression that they know you have a PC at home, but they're simply relying on the law of averages.
The government's actions convey the impression that it ( the UPA) is not at all serious about issues of accountability and corruption," says Aruna Roy in a letter to Sonia who heads the NAC.
This and other essays in the book convey the impression that there has been a gradual narrowing of the bishops' public witness, which is now associated in the public mind mostly with opposition to abortion and same-sex marriage.
Bouchard Insurance previous website did not convey the impression of a highly professional organization.
All he managed to do at Molineux was convey the impression he felt he was way too good for Sunderland.
A judge shall not lend the prestige of judicial office to advance the private interests of the judge or others; nor shall a judge convey or permit others to convey the impression that they are in a special position to influence the judge, he maintained.