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IMP

A currency code for the Isle of Man pound. It is pegged to the British pound at a one-to-one ratio; the two currencies circulate alongside each other. This code is not recognized by the ISO.
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8220;We believe that since our customers know themselves better than we do, it is imperative to include them in the design process,” said Noelle Lee Ventresca, founder of Impish Lee.
A new print, outdoor and mobile campaign launched in mid-September has seen the brand return to impish form, however, with 24,000 unique visitors to the mobile site making 10,000 prank calls, downloading 7,000 ringtones and 3,500 wallpaper downloads.
Amy Schwartz's simple watercolor illustrations bring to life this impish, endearing character and make this book a good bet for read-alouds.
In retirement he ran a pub, of all things, and was a wonderfully impish and kind figure who always made you smile.
Nonagenarian Franklin, with his total recall, unfailing geniality, and impish wit, is alone worth the purchase price.
At the 2005 Frieze Art Fair the impish duo created a double of their gallery's booth just next door, even commissioning double paintings from Matthew Antezzo.
Jones, fresh off the plane from Iraq and an impish grin on his face, sauntered unannounced into his wife's hospital room in Georgia just hours after she had given birth to their second son," the reporter wrote.
The impish heads are Cornish Piskies (like pixies) a symbol of good luck.
Although the vehicle is one that has a certain impish charm, the roots in Nazi Germany cannot be overlooked or glossed over with a flower-power sticker.
However, I will remember most the man I met at every horse sale, who always had an impish smile on his face and a cheerful greeting to all who passed by.
He was followed by impish Patrick Troughton, action man Jon Pertwee, eccentric Tom Baker, cricket-loving Peter Davison, slightly unbalanced Colin Baker and lovable Sylvester McCoy.