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Impress or Impression may refer to:





  • Case of first impression, a case or controversy over an interpretation of law never before reported or decided by that court.
  • Present sense impression, in the law of evidence, is a statement made by a person that conveys their sense of the state of certain things at the time the person was perceiving the event, or immediately thereafter.


Other uses[edit]

  • IMPRESS, Independent Monitor for the Press, a press regulator in the United Kingdom
  • Cost Per Impression, a term used in online marketing for measuring the worth and cost of a specific e-marketing campaign.
  • Impressment, the act of conscripting people to serve in the military or navy.

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