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imprese — “Razed out my,” RICHARD II., iii. 1. 25. “An Impress (as the Italians call it) is a device in Picture with his Motto or Word, born by Noble and Learned Parsonages, to notifie some particular conceit of their own,” Camden's Remains concerning Britain, p. 447, ed. 1674.

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