It merged into what was then called Macmillan, and disappeared, as did the imprint it merged into.
We met with Obama at our offices (I was publisher of Times Books, which was then an imprint of Random House).
With permission from the publisher, Ecco, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers.
His memoir, Priceless Memories, was recently released by Center Street, an imprint of Hachette Group.
No Hero and No Easy Day are published by Penguin Group (USA)'s Dutton imprint.
But they are gone, and never again shall a hostile foot set its imprint upon your soil.
It is doing the prophet no injustice to say that they bear his imprint.
That it is easier for the fluidic hand to imprint itself upon the photographic plate (negative) in white than in black.
That brings out the imprint much more clearly, as you can see.
None of these stones bear the imprint of the chisel, or any sign whatsoever of manual labour.
late 14c., from Old French empreinter, from empreinte, noun use of fem. past participle of eimpreindre "to impress, imprint," from Vulgar Latin *impremere, from Latin imprimere "to impress, imprint" (see impress). As a noun from mid-15c.