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in·tro·duce

(ĭn′trə-dōōs′)
v.
1. To put inside or into; insert or inject.
2. To bring in and establish in a new place or environment.
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Introducing IRM 6650 top-mounted robot for loading/unloading injection molding machines.
1 will upgrade its existing Saturday service on the Dubai-Riyadh route by introducing larger-capacity 777-200s.
Having rocked the boat by introducing HR 3311 Last year, McKeon announced victory in early March.
Both Ruskin and Samples said that serial bill introducing has little fiscal impact on taxpayers.
In addition to introducing a whole new portfolio of products in the last two years, the company has created subsidiaries in the U.
Wintriss Engineering is introducing Refraction Ranger sheet inspection to detect superfine MD scratches in films for window glass.
After meeting with proponents of a district breakup, Cardenas, D-Panorama City, said he decided against introducing a measure to require a districtwide vote on the issue but did propose a more modest bill to add extra hearings to the breakup process.
Instead of introducing bills that would establish full-blown voucher schemes, sympathetic lawmakers are much more likely to cloak the measures as "urban renewal" programs or say they are designed to help the poor.
ATLANTA -- At Medtrade(R) 2005, Invacare Corporation (NYSE:IVC) is introducing 37 new and enhanced products and programs, once again demonstrating its commitment to innovation for the home medical equipment industry.
Introducing WAE LM12 single-cavity reheat stretch-blow machine for short runs.
Thermoforming Systems LLC is introducing the Low Flex 6.