from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of insert.
- n. Something inserted or set in, such as lace in garments.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A setting in.
- n. Something inserted or set in, as lace, etc., in garments.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
By no means does the film attempt to demonize the unions, but it does show the role they play in inserting loopholes into contracts designed to make it almost impossible to get rid of ineffective teachers.
This is a covert love story that delights in inserting fantastic elements into recognizable reality.
"I fancy you need a lesson or two in inserting fuses," Sheldon remarked dryly.
Zuckerberg made his comments when introducing a partnership between Facebook and Microsoft Bing, which will begin inserting your Facebook friends '"likes" into search results.
The next step in inserting images into a post is to set the positioning or alignment, and to enter the alternative text (alt) to benefit individuals using screen readers and to make it searchable by search engines.
The first step in inserting an image into a post is to identify the image.
But his political action committee announced on Tuesday that the former (and perhaps future) presidential candidate is once again inserting himself into a hotly contested Senate race — this time in Georgia.
This is similar to the ruby code I used to turn the Stepsister Scheme preview PDF into HTML; after pdf2xml, I trimmed away the Chapter and title inserting my own versions by hand afterwards, and used this script on the leftover xml:
He is either a noble guy trying to get justice for the rest of us or he is a egoist who is more interested in inserting himself into the process.
Coombs and Eccles succeeded for the first time in inserting microelectrodes into nerve cells of the central nervous system and in recording the electrical responses produced by excitatory and inhibitory synapses.