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If he was doing it to impress a girl, I personally would not be impressed at all," student Kamila Rak (http://pittsburgh.
The sampling event will include eight different colors and designs of imPress Manicure nails that shoppers can choose from, to experience the "wow" factor of an instant gel manicure nail.
After the close of the offer today, Beach will proceed to compulsory acquisition of the remaining Impress shares it does not own.
Impress Paving experts always try to create a driveway or patio which is in keeping with the style of the individual home.
So, we have gone about our business, for at least the past three decades, without trying to impress in any way the people who spend money on our product.
The Beijing publisher will publish IT-related books and magazines published by Impress, starting with the Dekiru Dictionary Series in Chinese.
Once I went to a party he was going to and put on fake tan to impress him.
The market is expanding at an annual rate of 40-60%, Impress said in a press release accompanying a 160-page report entitled, ''eBook business survey report for 2003.
MARK: Apparently, some high-tech companies use press releases not only to inform the trade press but also to impress Wall Street analysts and business reporters and--through them--to impress investors who have no other way to get news because they don't read the trade press.
AS the end of the financial year approaches, Blaydon engineering firm Impress Group is heading for its highest ever turnover since the firm was founded in 1997.
is undertaking the biggest launch in its 21year history with this month's rollout of the Impress press-on manicure.
London, June 11 (ANI): A survey has found that the myth that women spend hours in front of a mirror to impress their men is nowhere true, as most dress up to impress their peers.