From a Wall Street perspective, Buffett got privileged, and not level-playing-field, access as a payoff for his imprimatur.
What makes CEOs think that putting their imprimatur on a political movement will increase public pressure on the two parties?
This imprimatur is stamped upon the first page of the text in every book.
So this book sees the light with their imprimatur, and we therefore publish it with the greatest confidence.
There is any amount of fundamental teaching there and the imprimatur of thousands of good men to assure us of it.
He took a small case from his pocket, and presented a card to him, and also papers which revealed the imprimatur of the company.
We can hardly doubt that vernacular hymns existed, but they did not receive the imprimatur of any teacher, and have not survived.
Indeed, of the books for which I should find room there are a good few that bear the imprimatur of Bungay.
Meanwhile the Censors examined her book, corrected, deleted, and gave the mangled remains their imprimatur.
Editions with a clerical "imprimatur" have been always published where laymen have been substituted for these.
1640, Modern Latin, literally "let it be printed," the formula of a book licenser, third person singular present subjunctive passive of Latin imprimere "to print" (see impress). Originally of state license to print books, later only of Roman Catholic Church.