The theory is that flavour is a combination of aroma and taste, joined up by the brain to create the final impression
The final impression
the Rime makes is that Tullia was considerably outwritten by her interlocutors.
It seemed a pity that the final impression
was of having had too much of a good thing, given that Saddiqi, now based in Pakistan, was returning to the city in which she lived, and served with distinction, for almost 20 years.
While forgoing the formulation, dictation, and review of a final impression
will certainly save some time for the radiologist, it will waste the referring physicians' time as they try to figure out which findings are important.
Grotelueschen also provides deserved swipes at higher headquarters, but the final impression
that the reader is left with is that of a personally imaginative, perhaps cerebral, commander who wasn't very good at the business of commanding.
Retailers are getting one chance to make this final impression
with wrapping, and using low-quality materials will defeat the purpose.
While readers would have profited from the inclusion of an index and an additional pair of editorial eyes (perhaps explained in part by an unrealistic schedule imposed on the committee from the outside), the final impression
is a good one.
The three scholarship recipients have six weeks to complete their research, and will each submit a final impression
of their findings which will feature as articles in the National Library of Australia News.
Although Professor Cannadine is unsparing about Mellon's personal failings, and in particular the legacy of emotional deprivation he passed on to his two children, Ailsa and Paul, the final impression
that the book leaves is of the great debt that the USA owes to the founder of one of the country's major charitable foundations and one of its greatest art galleries.
a roomful of lawyers took turns trying to make a final impression
on Chief Commissioner Sidney Linden as he prepares to sit down to write his final report after two years of testimony.
A memorial by Theodore Watts-Dunton introduces the volume for most editions, beginning with the second edition, which was released shortly after Johnson's death in 1913, and ending with the final impression
of the PaperJacks edition in 1987.
The final impression
was that the show was impossible to grasp as a whole, since many of these bits and pieces of space, light, and sound had been short-circuited.