Impression


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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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Gania and his mother went to live with Varia and Ptitsin immediately after the latter's wedding, while the general was housed in a debtor's prison by reason of certain IOU's given to the captain's widow under the impression that they would never be formally used against him.
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.
Daylight confirmed the impression which I had felt the night before, of there being too many trees at Blackwater.
Judging by my vague impressions of the place thus far, it is the exact opposite of Limmeridge.
Far and near the view suggested the same dreary impressions of solitude and decay, and the glorious brightness of the summer sky overhead seemed only to deepen and harden the gloom and barrenness of the wilderness on which it shone.
It was silly of him to take offence at what she had said; it was doubtless his own fault; she had not meant to make herself disagreeable: he ought to be accustomed by now to making at first sight a bad impression on people.
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.
One thing only is certain, and that is that Big-Tooth did stamp into the cerebral constitution of one of his progeny all the impressions of his life, and stamped them in so indelibly that the hosts of intervening generations have failed to obliterate them.
Clinicians need to be aware of the setting characteristics of each of the myriad of different alginate impression materials available today in the market, so that they are able to choose appropriately for different clinical applications.
His first impression of you will be made at a time and a place of his choosing, using his computer or handheld device, and his attitude the day of your meeting will have been formed based on what he found in his search.
Mucostatic impression technique (1938) records denture-bearing tissues in static, undisturbed form by using readily flowing material such as impression plaster.
Capturing the ideal impression can be a challenge for even the most seasoned dental professional, but there are a number of simple tips and best practices that can greatly improve outcomes.