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  • The disc works by inserting it into the system just like any other game.
  • It was many, many years before I realized how my father inserted himself into my work.
  • First the key is inserted, then turned, then the door opened.
  • To insert a string, we search the tree until we can make no further progress.
  • He continues to show pictures from the insert of the album throughout the video.
  • Finally, the subject is taught to insert the key, and they turn and open the door.
  • The series features two pieces of theme music and one insert theme.
  • The filled tube is then removed and another can be inserted and filled the same way.
  • When the player runs out of lives, he can insert additional credits to continue the game.
  • This effect was achieved by inserting forty windows around the base of the original structure.
  • These inserts may take on some of the characteristics of the host moment.
  • The ice man would bring the block of ice and insert it into the ice box through this door.
  • These changes included taking lines of dialogue from one play and inserting them into scenes from another.
  • That machine would then read out the first's state, insert its own, and pass it off again.
  • We could also insert the new object into one of the existing cycles.
  • It is clear that some pages have been inserted in the wrong places.
  • One approach is to insert each record into an empty tree.
  • Instead of having one control do only one sport, keypad inserts let one control do all sports.
  • Inserts of her singing in the recording studio occur throughout the video.
  • After removal, the user takes a one-week break before inserting a new ring.
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Meaning of insert

  • noun A folded section placed between the leaves of another publication
  • noun An artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted
  • verb Put or introduce into something
    insert a picture into the text
  • verb Introduce
    Insert your ticket here