- n. Plural form of impression.
“• Traffic to the dedicated election site reached 6. 5m page views • 2.5 million UK visitors • 11. 5m page impressions• Live coverage page recorded 2m UK page impressions• Mobile election site had 6. 5m UK page impressions by Thursday”
“_For the highest degree of accuracy, all rolled impressions should be checked by the plain impressions_, which generally are not distorted by pressure.”
“There are mistaken impressions from the other side of the border as well.”
“It's full of win, and the Tom Hanks impressions is spot on.”
“Some impressions from the Day Mass of Easter which the Holy Father celebrated this morning on St. Peter's Square, and of the Urbi et Orbi blessing which he imparted afterwards from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica.”
“For example, what if you wanted to know when there was a spike in impressions for any of your branded keywords?”
“Some impressions from the Mass and procession on the feast of Corpus Christi celebrated by Pope Benedict in Rome:”
“I do it frequently, and Arnold's impressions from the global warming conference confirms my suspicion that this is one of the issues where expert consensus means less than usual.”
“The bloggers share with us their impressions from the new capital of the country.”
“Since the war is more than five years old at the time of writing, many of these incidents have lost their vividness already, but the main impressions I think, have remained unaltered in my mind.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘impressions’.
All about boarding life.
There is a mixture of positive and negative.
Looking for tweets for impressions.