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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 thickness of spacer is determined by the type of impression material in the making of final impression and clinical situation as given in (Table 1).
The final Impression was made using polyvinyl siloxane (Elite HD+A, Zhermack SpA, Italy) impression material.
As a result, the final impression is one of disappointment, especially as this is a book with so much potential.
The story, believed Kashgari, leaves a final impression that we all as humans, no matter what positions we hold and what social status we obtain, have something inside us that unites us regardless even of our genders, but we do not recognize that until it's too late."
Paul Helmer's program notes guide one's listening; thus the final impression of the book comes less from the mystifying paradoxes of Luther's theologia crucis than from gently elevating chants of the Easter sequence Victimae paschali and seven verses of Luther's Christus lag in Todesbanden.
Among those looking to leave a final impression on McGeechan will be O'Callaghan, his fellow lock Nathan Hines, who starts at blindside flanker, prop Andrew Sheridan and wing Shane Williams.
The theory is that flavour is a combination of aroma and taste, joined up by the brain to create the final impression.
The final impression the Rime makes is that Tullia was considerably outwritten by her interlocutors.
It seemed a pity that the final impression was of having had too much of a good thing, given that Saddiqi, now based in Pakistan, was returning to the city in which she lived, and served with distinction, for almost 20 years.
While forgoing the formulation, dictation, and review of a final impression will certainly save some time for the radiologist, it will waste the referring physicians' time as they try to figure out which findings are important.
Grotelueschen also provides deserved swipes at higher headquarters, but the final impression that the reader is left with is that of a personally imaginative, perhaps cerebral, commander who wasn't very good at the business of commanding.
Retailers are getting one chance to make this final impression with wrapping, and using low-quality materials will defeat the purpose."