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Making a good impression

Monday, 18. November 2019

Following on from the last post about phrases that come from printing, "making a good impression", though essential nowadays for job interviews and first dates, wasn't always defined as crucial advice to guarantee others have a good opinion of you.

Back in the day, the idiom was an instruction to printers to ensure the printing plates and blocks made a good impression on the paper to let the ink soak in.

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