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Impress

The presentation graphics program in an office suite. See OpenOffice and LibreOffice.
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"And six wooden goblets, and six platters of wood and two of pewter to cat and drink from withal," said the mason, impressively. "And I say it as knowing God is my judge, and we tarry not here alway, but must answer at the last day for the things said in the body, be they false or be they sooth."
Goodfellow; uttered slowly, but clearly and impressively, the words -- "Thou art the man!" and then, falling over the side of the chest as if thoroughly satisfied, stretched out its limbs quiveringly upon the table.
Benevolence radiated from him ridiculously, mildly, impressively. It was irritating, too.
"We could not go away, even if we wanted to," I said, as impressively as I could.
"Now listen!" he exclaimed, holding up his hand impressively. And now the words came quite distinctly, and with the regularity of the ticking of a clock, "More--bread--Less taxes!'"
The Lannings survived only in the person of two very old but lively Miss Lannings, who lived cheerfully and reminiscently among family portraits and Chippendale; the Dagonets were a considerable clan, allied to the best names in Baltimore and Philadelphia; but the van der Luydens, who stood above all of them, had faded into a kind of super-terrestrial twilight, from which only two figures impressively emerged; those of Mr.
"That," said the Shaggy Man, impressively, "is the wonderful Love Magnet.
"You are now" said the Woggle-Bug, impressively, when the task had been completed, "the most valuable member of our party; and as you are among faithful friends there is little danger of your being spent."
he always speaks impressively; and at that moment there were the Greens and Miss Matilda Murray just before, and other people passing by, and he was obliged to stand close beside you, and to speak very low, unless he wished everybody to hear what he said, which--though it was nothing at all particular--of course, he would rather not.' But then, above all, that emphatic, yet gentle pressure of the hand, which seemed to say, 'TRUST me;' and many other things besides--too delightful, almost too flattering, to be repeated even to one's self.
"I want to know," Barrington continued impressively, "what has induced you to accept a position with such a man as Seton?"
Only,"--here his voice became impressively solemn,--"only you mustn't ever tell how much you really did pay."
It's an impressively accessible battle royale, though it comes at the cost of no single player campaign at all.