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To leave a print, impression, image, etc

For a fee, they can imprint the envelopes with a monogram.

The name and details of a publisher or printer, as printed in a book etc.; a publishing house
A distinctive marking, symbol or logo

The shirts bore the company imprint on the right sleeve.

To learn something indelibly at a particular stage of life, such as who one's mother is
To mark a gene as being from a particular parent so that only one of the two copies of the gene is expressed
An impression; the mark left behind by printing something

The day left an imprint in my mind.

the publisher, place of publication, and copyright date of a book
To fix indelibly or permanently, as in the mind or memory; to impress
An imprint is a mark or outline made by the pressure of one object on another. The ground still bore the imprints of their feet
a hawk raised by people that ceases to identify with hawks of its own species Generallly cannot be released to the wild
An imprint of a customer's credit card can be electronic (swiping the card through a credit card terminal) or manual (taking an impression of the card onto carbon triplicate)
To stamp or mark, as letters on paper, by means of type, plates, stamps, or the like; to print the mark figures, letters, etc
An imprint of a customer's credit card can be electronic (swiping the card through a credit card terminal) or manual (taking physical impression of the credit card) Either of these two methods is required to prove the customers credit card was present
The name of the publisher, distributor, manufacturer, etc , and the place and date of publication, distribution, manufacture, etc , of a bibliographic item
(a) Identification of the publisher, publishing date and location on the title page and/or spine (b) Identification of the printer on the title page or spine
Whatever is impressed or imprinted; the impress or mark left by something; specifically, the name of the printer or publisher (usually) with the time and place of issue, in the title- page of a book, or on any printed sheet
Division within a publishing house that deals with a specific line or category of books
a device produced by pressure on a surface
Publishing details such as where a book was published, what company published it and the date of publication
As used in the book industry, a name within a Publishing House designating a division usually specializing in a particular type of book
When something is imprinted on your memory, it is firmly fixed in your memory so that you will not forget it. The skyline of domes and minarets was imprinted on my memory He repeated the names, as if to imprint them in his mind
The name and/or logo a publisher uses on a book Some publishers have more than one imprint
an impression produced by pressure or printing
a device produced by pressure on a surface a distinctive influence; "English stills bears the imprint of the Norman invasion" an impression produced by pressure or printing an identification of a publisher; a publisher's name along with the date and address and edition that is printed at the bottom of the title page; "the book was publsihed under a distinguished imprint" establish or impress firmly in the mind; "We imprint our ideas onto our children
In the publishing world, the term imprint usually means the name under which a publisher issues books For example, you may come across a statement such as "Copernicus Books is an imprint of Springer-Verlag"
The name of the publisher, the place of publication and the date, usually printed on the front or verso of the title page of a book
a device produced by pressure on a surface a distinctive influence; "English stills bears the imprint of the Norman invasion"
Place of publication, publisher and date of publication
a concavity in a surface produced by pressing; "he left the impression of his fingers in the soft mud"
If something leaves an imprint on a place or on your mind, it has a strong and lasting effect on it. The city bears the imprint of Japanese investment
{i} mark, stamp, impression, sign; publisher's name on a book
The publisher's and/or printer's note usually found at the foot of the title page giving place, date and publication information
If a surface is imprinted with a mark or design, that mark or design is printed on the surface or pressed into it. Stationery can be imprinted with your message or logo
establish or impress firmly in the mind; "We imprint our ideas onto our children
mark or stamp with or as if with pressure; "To make a batik, you impress a design with wax"
upon something
an identification of a publisher; a publisher's name along with the date and address and edition that is printed at the bottom of the title page; "the book was publsihed under a distinguished imprint"
a statement of names of the persons (publishers, printers) responsible for the book, usually also including the date and place of publication
a distinctive influence; "English stills bears the imprint of the Norman invasion"
(1) The identifying name of a publishing company carried on a published book (2) To print on a previously printed piece by running it through a press again to top
an impression produced by pressure or printing an identification of a publisher; a publisher's name along with the date and address and edition that is printed at the bottom of the title page; "the book was publsihed under a distinguished imprint"
A part of a publisher with a distinct identity, name, and staff
To print new copy on a previously printed sheet, such as imprinting an employee's name on business cards Also called surprint
publisher's name imprinted on the title page and thus that area of a catalog record that contains this information
Adding copy to a previously printed page Most commonly used for business cards where the names are printed as required on pre-printed sheets, or for monthly newsletter templates
To print new copy on a previously printed sheet, such as imprinting an employee's name on business cards Also called surprint
In most animals imprinting is the triggering of an innate instinctive behaviour, such as attachment to parents or parent substitutes, during a critical or sensitive time period With most animals imprinting is irreversible In humans imprinting is reversible, and takes place in many formative situations in which beliefs and values are learned
To impress; to mark by pressure; to indent; to stamp
{f} leave a mental image, affect, impress; press, stamp; make a mark using pressure
(1) the result of transferring an image by pressure or other means to a substrate; (2) a technique by means of which a portion of a substrate can be printed or coated and another print applied over the area
establish or impress firmly in the mind; "We imprint our ideas onto our children"
This is a physical impression you make from a customer's card which appears on the draft This proves that the card was present when the sale was made Note: An imprint can be created electronically if you use a magnetic-stripe-reading terminal that includes the correct point-of-sale (POS) entry code
imprinted
Simple past tense and past participle of imprint
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Produced by imprinting
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Any kind of phase-sensitive learning (learning occurring at a particular age or a particular life stage) that is rapid and apparently independent of the consequences of behavior
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Present participle of imprint
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{v} to print, mark, fix deep, impress
bears the imprint of
has the seal of -, has the stamp of -
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past of imprint
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{s} impressed, stamped, printed
imprinter
A device that imprints
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A person who does imprinting with such a device
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The now old-fashioned manual, slide-type device used to produce an image of the raised (embossed) characters on a credit card, to a transaction slip All merchants should have a manual imprinter for cases that demand a physical imprint Top of page
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{i} person or thing which imprints
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A device to produce an image of the embossed characters of the bankcard on all copies of sales drafts and credit slips
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The "knucklebuster" that can imprint a sales receipt from the embossed card
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A device used by merchants to imprint embossed card information onto the sales drafts for bankcard transactions
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{i} process by which a permanent bond is created between a young animal or human and the objects and beings which surround it (Psychology)
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A phenomenon in which the disease phenotype depends on which parent passed on the disease gene For instance, both Prader-Willi and Angelman syndromes are inherited when the same part of chromosome 15 is missing When the father's complement of 15 is missing, the child has Prader-Willi, but when the mother's complement of 15 is missing, the child has Angelman syndrome
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To print new copy on a previously printed sheet, such as imprinting an employee's name on business cards
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Basically this is the act of making a thought-based "imprint" a poetic idea into a crystal This includes all forms of poetry, and song
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The differential expression of genes due to differential methylation of nucleosides
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a preprogrammed response in which a newborn animal looks for a particular kind of stimulus and then carries out the response; the specific stimulus that prompts the response is learned
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An epigenetic modification of genes that identifies a given gene as having been inherited from the maternal or paternal parent In mammals, some genes are expressed primarily from the maternally-inherited or paternally-inherited alleles as a consequence of imprinting
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A short-term rapid learning process early in life which is generally irreversible More prevalent in precocial young
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a biochemical phenomenon that determines, for certain genes, which one of the pair of alleles, the mother's or the father's, will be active in that individual
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the psychological or behavioral process by which migratory fish assimilate environmental clues to aid their return to their stream of origin as adults
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Form of learning wherein a very young animal fixes its attention on the first object with which it has visual, auditory, or tactile experience and thereafter follows that object. In nature, the object is almost always a parent; in experiments, other animals and inanimate objects have been used. Imprinting has been studied extensively only in birds, but a comparable form of learning apparently takes place among many mammals and some fishes and insects. Ducklings and chicks, which can imprint in a few hours, lose receptivity to imprinting stimuli within 30 hours of hatching
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a learning process in early life whereby species specific patterns of behavior are established
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instinctive form of learning in which, during a critical period in early development, a young animal forms an attachment to the first moving object it sees, usually the mother instinctive form of learning in which, during a critical period in early development, a young animal forms an attachment to the first moving object it sees, usually the mother
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To print new copy on a previously printed sheet
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plural of , imprint
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third-person singular of imprint
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