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IMPRINTImproved Performance Research Integration Tool
IMPRINTIntegrated Manpower and Personnel Integration
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But if imprints have been taken of the thumb and four fingers of both hands one must needs lose all entirely to escape identification."
"Are these imprints similar to mine or Monsieur Tarzan's or can you say that they are identical with either?" The officer drew a powerful glass from his desk and examined all three specimens carefully, making notations meanwhile upon a pad of paper.
I followed her, I caught her, I bound her; and I imprinted the same disgraceful mark upon her that I had imprinted upon my poor brother.
"Your ladyship, I do assure you that having Miss Summerson's image imprinted on my 'eart--which I mention in confidence--I found, when I had the honour of going over your ladyship's mansion of Chesney Wold while on a short out in the county of Lincolnshire with a friend, such a resemblance between Miss Esther Summerson and your ladyship's own portrait that it completely knocked me over, so much so that I didn't at the moment even know what it WAS that knocked me over.
Now, as I have already mentioned to your ladyship, Miss Summerson's image is imprinted on my 'eart.
Most of the spectators testified to having seen, on the breast of the unhappy minister, a SCARLET LETTER -- the very semblance of that worn by Hester Prynne -- imprinted in the flesh.
She rose and imprinted a solemn kiss upon his forehead.
But though the water could clear off the blood, it could not remove the black and blue marks which Thwackum had imprinted on both his face and breast, and which, being discerned by Sophia, drew from her a sigh and a look full of inexpressible tenderness.
Perhaps it was Helen's way of falling in love--a curious way to Margaret, whose agony and whose contempt of Henry were yet imprinted with his image.
JULY 3, 2019 -- A particularly aggressive, metastasizing form of cancer, HER2-positive breast cancer, may be treated with nanoscopic particles "imprinted" with specific binding sites for the receptor molecule HER2.
To compare the accuracy of touch imprint cytological study (cheaper) and frozen section study (expensive).
Gaudium - an imprint dedicated to books on contemporary lifestyle, culture, sports, and politics, as well as biography and autobiography;