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Impression

A user's view of an online advertisement. Each time a website viewer sees an online ad, this is one impression. The more impressions an ad receives, the more likely it is that a user will click on it. Most online ads are sold by cost per thousand of impressions. See also: CPC.
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The whole party crowded to the spot where Uncas pointed out the impression of a moccasin in the moist alluvion.
There is one other feature, very essential to be noticed, but which, we greatly fear, may damage any picturesque and romantic impression which we have been willing to throw over our sketch of this respectable edifice.
Little notice was at first taken of the horse-litter, and it might have remained behind but for the curiosity of De Bracy, who looked into it under the impression that it might contain the object of his enterprise, for Rowena had not unveiled herself.
One man whom I sent to America made his fortune, but he was not a social democrat; he was a clerk who had embezzled, and who applied to me for assistance under the impression that I considered it rather meritorious to rob the till of a capitalist.
I gave you my first impressions of Paris, which quite came up to my expectations, much as I had heard and read about it.
Prince Andrew felt that either the actions of Kutuzov's army interested the Minister of War less than any of the other matters he was concerned with, or he wanted to give the Russian special messenger that impression.
And here must have been born the child that inherited the stuff of my dreams, that had moulded into its being all the impressions of my life--or of the life of Big-Tooth, rather, who is my other-self, and not my real self, but who is so real to me that often I am unable to tell what age I am living in.
Yes," Martin went on heartily, "I'm no more than a barbarian getting my first impressions of civilization.
As for the impressions you have confided to me, I can only say that yours is a case (as I venture to think) for spiritual rather than for medical advice.
coloring his work with his personal tastes, feelings and impressions.
1) Hume, who gives the names "impressions" and "ideas" to what may, for present purposes, be identified with our "sensations" and "images," speaks of impressions as "those perceptions which enter with most force and violence" while he defines ideas as "the faint images of these (i.
Judging by my vague impressions of the place thus far, it is the exact opposite of Limmeridge.