(1) Also, the creepiest images - the ones that linger like the impress of clammy fingers on the back of your neck - are in the first volume.(2) Although mainstream church attendance is in decline, Scotland bears the impress of its Protestant history.(3) bluish marks made by the impress of his fingers(4) The impress of age and experience is not only disregarded but frowned upon.(5) In contrast, entrances to palaces and places of worship are usually large and designed to impress visitors with the power of the owner or the importance of a religion.(6) Twenty-three different seals were used to impress the 56 nodules from Thebes.(7) The cultural life of Kashmir has had the impress of great mystics.(8) As empty spaces, they carry an impress of the pure sterility imparted by death - the sense of the ascetic and the pure that comes with too many washings of the same white sheet.(9) The office, like the chair, was designed to impress more than actually function.(10) They are also-significantly, perhaps-those showing the deepest impress of Swift's work.(11) Later, eager to impress Mark in the pub, she foregoes her normal vodka-and-coke and nonchalantly orders a glass of wine.(12) Although this should be an easy victory for Kaddour, the pressure to impress those at ringside will be great.(13) He was a prolific book illustrator, and as few other artists had the power to concentrate the impress of his genius in even the smallest and slightest of his works.(14) Thus it is that, although religions claim universality, much of what is claimed to be universal is discovered to bear the impress of culture, society and history.(15) When he started dating a girl he was quite seriously about, Mum opened a bank account, weekly deposited money into and gave him an access card so he could impress his girl.(16) Brass and, to some extent, bronze finishing tools have been used for centuries by bookbinders to impress designs and lines onto leather bindings.