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IMPRESSIONS: Undated impressions are marked, by the publisher, the "Eighteenth Edition" through the "Twenty-fifth Edition." There is a final impression of this edition marked "Twenty-sixth Printing" which notes a copyright by Hodder & Stoughton dated 1967.
The first and final impressions are complementary, Parker affirms.
The final impression is that the homely and the erudite conspire in Emerson's mind and in these notebooks to create the intellectual patchwork of Emerson's thought and style.
On the basis of morphology of cells on H and E sections and results of immunohistochemistry, the final impression of malignant gastrointestinal stromal tumour of high risk was made.
There are few elements such as tooth preparation design, soft tissue management, tray selection, impression material and techniques that influence the final impression quality.3 Each material has its advantages and disadvantages.
Once the desired emergence profile (Figure 6 and Figure 7, above) was established, the provisional was left in place for approximately one month before the final impression was made.
Using the police's standard e-fit computer, she created an initial image and then compared famous portraits of the Bard to craft her final impression.
Metropolitan Police artist Cathy Charsley used her training in "age progression", but in reverse, to create the picture of the Bard, Using the police's standard e-fit computer, she created an initial image and then compared famous portraits of the Bard to craft her final impression.
After just nine races it was to be Dalakhani's last hurrah on the racetrack and no horse ever left a better final impression. In all the interminable preliminaries and then the protracted and ecstatic celebrations he was the epitome of elegant composure.
As the dancers repeated the opening concentric circles, a final impression sifted through--of a world over-decorated and under-pondered.
If Stella's early works were so minimal and inexpressive as to appear mechanical, the final impression here, for better or worse, was of objects so big and chaotic that they seemed, well, mechanical--but also monstrous.
No Hollywood film in memory has addressed such an issue, but the sobering final impression here is that, unless the world's most powerful country defines what it stands for, it will stand for nothing other than the threat of brute force and economic coercion.