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IMP

Abbreviation for inosine 5'-monophosphate.

imp

(ĭmp)
tr.v. imped, imping, imps
To graft (new feathers) onto the wing of a trained falcon or hawk to repair damage or increase flying capacity.

IMP

Abbreviation for inosine 5'-monophosphate.

IMP

inosine 5-monophosphate.
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Founded in 2013, Impish Lee brings a new and entirely fresh twist on intimates by promoting an empowered woman who knows how she wants to look and feel, and is ready to be a part of the creation of her own wears.
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Ian Cornock is frantically in charge at the heart of the action, with Alison Daly an irresistibly impish invisible presence and Jonathan Goodwin rallying round as the understandably anxious friend and neighbour.
The impish fly-half had already conjured a superb try and kicked 11 points when he stood over the injury-time penalty.
I didn't have a clue about how to run a dance department," admits the fiftyish Satinoff, wearing glasses but sporting the impish grin of youth.
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Her modernist fervor inspired Karl Kraus's impish observation that, as the authors put it, "Vienna's Jews were adopting the new style to promote assimilation .
A DAYin the life of Thierry Henry: one brilliant but controversial free-kick,one impish goal ruled out,Arsenal within grasping distance of the league title and 4,000 fans booing in Blackburn, Lancashire.
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