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Megaplexes, designed during a blockbuster era of moviegoing, resemble airport hangars, with no discernible atmosphere or curatorial imprint, and “concessions” conceding to our worst instincts.

Reprinted by permission of Dey Street Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.

Davis is a vice president at Simon & Schuster, where she founded and now leads 37 Ink, an imprint dedicated to sharing stories from marginalized communities.

They could plainly see the imprint of his hairy coat in the snow where he had lain down.

The count bent his own to imprint a kiss upon her brow, and his lips encountered the fire of fever.

The GrandeeArmando Palacio Valds

Each needs an interpreter, each has an abundance of the richest philosophy, each has an imprint of the Finger of God.

Gilbert Keith ChestertonPatrick Braybrooke

The smaller ones bore the imprint of a circle with a dot in the center, very clearly defined.

It still bore the imprint of the massive figure as it lay inert in the embrace of drugged sleep.

"Unto Caesar"Baroness Emmuska Orczy

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