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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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Honda is planning to introduce an all-new commuter model in ASEAN markets starting from Thailand beginning of 2006, which will be equipped with a compact water-cooled engine designed especially for Asian markets and an automatic transmission.
Apple's "1984" commercial runs during the Super Bowl to introduce the Macintosh
Legislative experts have heard that Ashcroft will introduce a bill as early as February that would apply the charitable choice provisions to all federal social service block grants to the states.
Murray charged that CLS attorney Steven McFarland, NAE attorney Forest Montgomery and Southern Baptist Convention lobbyist Richard Land had launched "a conspiracy" to introduce "their own politically correct version of a `school prayer' amendment that is in no way a 'school prayer' amendment.
Arburg will introduce its new All-rounder C Golden Edition press line.
1948 - The open ladle treatment method was the first method used to introduce Mg to molten iron.
For large-volume industrial applications, Graham Engineering will introduce a five-head "shot pot" machine (SPM series) that extrudes five monolayer parisons weighing 4.
1919 - Saito and Hayashi introduce the spiral fluidity test.
Gabler of Germany (represented here by Lyle Industries) will introduce the 50-in.