“Warning to politicians,” Internet impresario Matt Drudge recently tweeted.
Only a few short months since the death of its founder and impresario, Steve Jobs, Apple appears more dominant than ever.
At 28, Schroeder is the same age as Internet impresario Mark Zuckerberg.
Leonard was now the impresario of Delta Blues, music sold to the poorest people in the city.
That autumn she had been introduced to the British producer and impresario Charles Cochran.
But the impresario renewed his proposal, and the struggle recommenced.
The impresario that provides the opera could not sing nor dance.
It was the impresario Lilienfeld, in a long overcoat, his hat pushed back on his neck.
Tell me, how came you to know that Coralie loves her impresario?
He handed Frederick his card, which announced that he was also manager of a variety theatre and impresario in general.
1746, from Italian impresario "operatic manager," literally "undertaker (of a business)," from impresa "undertaking," fem. of impreso, past participle of imprendere "undertake," from Vulgar Latin imprendere, from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, onto" (see in- (2)) + prehendere "to grasp" (see prehensile).