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AcronymDefinition
IMPRESSIntermetallic Materials Processing in Relation to Earth and Space Solidification (European Space Agency)
IMPRESSIntegrated Multi-Paradigm Reliable and Extensible Storage System
IMPRESSIntra-Molecular Propagation of Electron Spin States
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due the man who thought it would be a good idea to jump our rooftop to impress his girlfriend and got stuck between the building walls
Introduced in 2012, imPress continues to grow and gain broad consumer acceptance.
The acceptance by Senex, the next biggest shareholder after Beach, has taken Beach's relevant interest in Impress to 96%.
British private equity firm Doughty Hanson & Co said that the sale of Impress would bring EUR688m to its Fund II and III investors.
As one of Yorkshire's leading concrete drive specialists, Impress Paving Ltd offers easy maintenance and durable driveway solutions, walling, building work and patios.
So we didn't impress our subscribers, and we certainly haven't been trying to impress advertisers.
Accompanied by a good orchestra, a company of professional dancers can really impress a visitor.
Fretting that freethinkers won't impress Oxbridge, the status-conscious headmaster (Clive Merrison) brings in Irwin (Stephen Campbell Moore) to provide more cold-blooded coaching on how to impress exam-givers.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 26, 2005 - (JCNN) - Impress Holdings announced on August 24 that it has formed a business alliance with major Chinese IT-related publisher Posts & Telecom Press.
All these ideas seem designed to impress Birmingham residents leaving the city with no proposal to impress visitors stepping off a train at New Street.
Genuine piety is honest about who it is trying to impress and focuses solely on actions by which God (not the practitioner) is glorified.
With assistance of research partners from several countries, the Irish engineers are working on two programs, CETSOL and IMPRESS, which are designed to improve the understanding of gravity's effect on metalcasting and solidification.