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IMPRESS

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I noticed a difference this year in that the IMPRESS program has positively encouraged students to work harder outside the classroom by attending lectures and networking events.
The tenement area held by Impress and Senex borders Beach's PEL 91 tenement which is home to the Chiton-1 oil discovery.
Impress Paving Ltd is renowned for its expertise both across the Huddersfield area and in Yorkshire.
So we didn't impress our subscribers, and we certainly haven't been trying to impress advertisers.
The remaining EUR480 million of net proceeds will be loaned to Impress CoE[micro]peratieve U.
Impress, which has researched the possibility of doing a publishing business in China since 2003, has concluded that the market will continue to grow in years to come.
As if donning masks, we style our hair, choose our clothes, hone our body language to impress those around us.
IMPRESS is also coordinated by ESA but funded through the Sixth Framework Program for European Research.
CHEEKY Girl Monica Irimia was left itching uncontrollably when she tried to impress Robbie Williams.
DAVID DUNN comes face to face with his former Blackburn teammates in today's FA Cup clash with Birmingham City manager Steve Bruce urging the midfielder ``stop trying too hard to impress and we'll see the best of you''.
What kind of service and support most impress a property or facility manager?
The Japanese market for eBooks soared to 1 billion yen in 2002, publishing house Impress Corp.