imp.

imp.

abbr.
1. imperative
2. imperfect
3. imperial
4.
a. import
b. imported
c. importer
5. imprimatur

imp.

abbreviation for
1. imperative
2. imperfect
3. imperial
4. (Roman Catholic Church) imprimatur

Imp.

abbreviation for
1. (Historical Terms) Imperator
2. (Historical Terms) Imperatrix
3. (Historical Terms) Imperial
[(for sense 1) Latin: Emperor; (for sense 2) Latin: Empress]
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The making of the Hillman Imp panel, in particular, brought stitchers and enthusiasts together, as well as the Phoenix Car Company, who have carefully restored an Imp.
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As a result, any deterioration in the credit quality of AEP could impair the ratings of IMP.
The 19-year-old, who is studying geography and archaeology, owns a 27- year-old Hillman Imp.
However, due to AEP's highly centralized electric and treasury operations, any deterioration in the credit quality of AEP (senior unsecured debt rated 'BBB' by Fitch) could impair the ratings of IMP.
00 creating the prospect of delisting which has been communicated in correspondence from Nasdaq to IMP.
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Subbarao Pinamaneni, Managing Director of Teamasia, commented, "We are very pleased to have this transaction completed and to have received such overwhelming support of the stockholders of IMP.