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in·sert

(in-sert'),
1. An additional length of base pairs in DNA that has been introduced into that DNA.
2. An additional length of bases that has been introduced into RNA.
3. An additional length of amino acyl residues that has been introduced into a protein.
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insert

(in-sĕrt′, sense 1) (in′sĕrt″, sense 2) [L. inserere, to sow, plant in, implant]
1. To place or put within.
2. An object that is placed or put inside another.
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"Design and Coordination Kinematics of an Insertable Robotic Effectors Platform for Single-Port Access Surgery." TEEE/ASME transactions on mechatronics, 18(5), Oct., pp.
Other situations that can trap excess moisture in the ear canal include hearing aid use, use of noise-reducing ear plugs related to the workplace, and--the now ubiquitous, it seems--use of the small, rubberized insertables known as earbuds.
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Designers should establish a goal of providing a soldier with Level III protection with materials having, an aerial density of 1.25 pounds per square foot, and insertable ballistic plates which provide Level V protection and an aerial density of 3.75 pounds per square foot.
The clear plastic window protects the insertable label or barcode.
E-books are becoming more sophisticated with features like highlighting, insertable comments, and the ability to convert text to hyperlinks making this a very popular resource for distance learners.
In a study of twenty-three patients with moderate to severe OSA who were each implanted with an insertable loop recorder, about 50% were observed to have frequent episodes of bradycardia and long pauses (complete heart block or sinus arrest) during sleep (9).
Bernard Ardura, presidente del Pontificio Comitato di Scienze Storiche, en la ponencia titulada Christian Culture of Peace, profundizo en el concepto de paz de Juan XXIII, en la enciclica Pacem in terris, insertable tanto en la guerra fria como en el desarrollo del concilio Vaticano II y destaco los dos elementos esenciales del discurso de la Iglesia catolica sobre la paz: la cultura y el perdon.
An insertable dust collector is installed at the head pulley to catch any material that becomes airborne.
The Website, reports the New York Post ("The Oy of Sex Online"), sells sexual accessories like toys and lubricant sans the raunchy photos on so many other Websites that would offend an Orthodox sensibility (as opposed to discussion of a 7.25-inch "insertable length," which is apparently totally okay).
The newly-debuted Form 4 has a round head and a short shaft that make this insertable toy a real G-spot hitter.