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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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Modern comforts, too, were largely introduced, and with them the Italian arts; Tudor architecture, in particular, exhibited the originality and splendor of an energetic and self-confident age.
In a translation of two books of Vergil's 'Aneid' he introduced, from the Italian, pentameter blank verse, which was destined thenceforth to be the meter of English poetic drama and of much of the greatest English non-dramatic poetry.
Although the official seed treatment business unit was not formed until 1993 with the legacy company Ciba, Syngenta seed treatments have been on the market since 1979 when Concep[R] was introduced as the first sorghum seed safener from Ciba Geigy, the legacy company at the time.
Conair and Dri-Air both introduced their first compressed-air models at the show.
Back in the 1970s, Dell Magazines introduced the first "Number Place" puzzle, which has exactly the same format as Sudoku.
From May 30 a second weekly flight will be introduced to the route on Tuesdays, the service confirmed as an all year round operation.
In Thailand, in 2003, Honda introduced the first model equipped with an electronic fuel injection system, PGM-FI (Honda Programmed Fuel Injection), which achieves improved fuel economy and cleaner emissions as well as excellent start-up capabilities.
The Education and the Workforce Committee in the House of Representatives held at least seven hearings, and GOP Committee members have introduced eight separate HEA bills that ultimately can be merged into one comprehensive measure.
1949: Vauxhall Cars introduced by General Motors & Sales.
While there were a number of special-purpose systems introduced in the early years, it was a series of key developments beginning in the mid-1980s that have led to today's ATL market which IDC estimates will reach 100,000 ATL shipments per year by 2003.