Noun(1) a message (spoken or written(2) the act of putting one thing into another
(1) They used invasive methods of blood pressure recording, possibly insertion of an arterial line.(2) Processed pseudogenes may originate by reverse transcription from mature mRNA and subsequent insertion in the genome.(3) The insertion of songs taken from 60s and 70s musical adaptations of the play turns the production into somewhat of a Shakespearian musical-comedy.(4) It is due to a low insertion of the tricuspid valve which divides the right ventricle into proximal and distal chambers.(5) After insertion into a ├ö├ç├┐pocket├ö├ç├û in the eyeball, the polymer film will dissolve in a matter of days, leaving behind a microarray of ceramic sensors.(6) Shoppers, too, could be more proactive in declining packaging where it is not needed: the automatic insertion of a product into a bag when it is bought, for instance.(7) He soon found that mixing nitroglycerine with silica would turn the liquid into a paste, which could be shaped into rods of a size and form suitable for insertion into drilling holes.(8) The first design trend we examine here is in the orientation of the pectoral fin base, defined externally as the angle of inclination of the insertion of the pectoral fin on the body.(9) On Galileo, we did our probe insertion and our orbit insertion all within a 4-hour period.(10) If there is only one thing I had to pick out, I think the most rewarding thing for me so far was watching those ring pictures come back after Saturn orbit insertion .(11) The first, Kedrenos A, appears as an insertion in the text after a description of the death of Theodosios I in 395.(12) the insertion of a line or two into the script(13) The original photos and titles were rarely seen together until final insertion of the scanned images by the printer.(14) close to the point of leaf insertion(15) Hello, strange indentation in shin identical to the little depressions alien abductees believe are the points of insertion for their implants.(16) he didn't notice the insertion of the envelope into his pocket
(1) insertion point :: pwynt mewnosod
1. interpolation ::
Different Formsinsertion, insertions
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