impresse

impresse

(ɪmˈprɛs)
n
an archaic or poetic spelling of impress16, impress17
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This odd assortment of cultural fragments is presented as if it were the key to an epistemological revolution in Japan, but what impresses the reader is the slowness of the Japanese adoption of new ideas and the inability to apply alien skills to a deeply conservative society.
For instance, on a trip to Goree Island, Bertrand impresses himself with how much he knows about Goree as he recites facts to his presumably white female companion.
What kind of customer impresses the service provider?
"When Marcus came in I spoke to him about the possibilities of coming to Italy and he wanted to see how the rst week went, but he was very positive and if he impresses and he enjoys it, then maybe TURN TO PAGE 38 we can get something done," said Pressley.
RAITH ROVERS youngster Dene Shields could clinch a dream move to Sunderland if he impresses on a week's trial.