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PRINTING. The art of impressing letters; the art of making books or papers by impressing legible characters.
     2. The right to print is guaranteed by law, and the abuse of the right renders the guilty person liable to punishment. See Libel,; Liberty of the Press; Press.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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TABLE 5 Group Means and Standard Deviations of Impression Ratings by Condition and Prompt Friend Employee Stimulus Condition M SD n M SD n SNS 3.96 1.41 44 3.72 1.14 51 VMC 3.40 0.87 48 3.38 0.85 56 Ftf 3.37 1.12 39 3.23 0.99 41 Note 1 A between subjects factorial ANOVA was utilized for this analysis.
We already know about how the digital impression can be useful and helpful not only to us, but also for some patients who have gagging problem.
Richard Vernon, a PhD student who was part of the research team, said that showing that even supposedly arbitrary features in a face could influence people's perceptions suggests that careful choice of a photo could make or break others' first impressions of someone.
Slowing of the setting time may even result from contact of the impression material with the patient's teeth after the operator has touched the teeth with his gloves.
As the most important factors causing exhaustion in physicians; work load, daily working time, the number of patients and the number of seizures, sleep irregularities indicate working conditions.14 Meydan15 investigated the relationship between burnout and impression management dimensions.
Government representatives have since been scarce on the station, expressing disquiet over the negative impression the documentary sought to create.
Polyvinyl siloxane available in some viscosity, from the lowest to the highest which vary the technique of impression. Polyvinyl siloxane impression technique can be categorized into mono-phase (One step technique using one type of viscosity) and dual phase (One or two step using two types of impression materials with different viscosity like putty-wash technique and heavy body-wash technique).
There are many materials used for recording impressions. these include reversible hydrocolloid this includes agar impression material, irreversible hydrocolloid this includes alginate impression material, modelling plastic impressions these includes impression compounds, plaster impression material, wax impression material, silicone based impression materials, polysulfide impression materials and polyether impression materials.3
So Piers Morgan is a difficult one, although I can do impressions of Ted Bundy and Donald Trump, so what does that say about me?
"Regarding first impressions, there is something called the primacy effect--the process whereby our first impression of another person causes us to interpret his or her subsequent behavior in a manner consistent with the first impression," Lieberman says.
Here Whelan makes use of the sociological idea of "( impression management ," developed by the sociologist Erving Goffman.