Insert

Technical term for those irritating adverts that fall to the floor when you open a magazine. An insert is usually not secured to the main book or brochure and is sometimes referred to as a loose insert for obvious reasons.

Insert

• (v. t.) To set within something; to put or thrust in; to introduce; to cause to enter, or be included, or contained; as, to insert a scion in a stock; to insert a letter, word, or passage in a composition; to insert an advertisement in a newspaper.
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insert

(1) Additional text inserted into a story after it has been written, usually to give additional details. (2) Another term for audio used to illustrate a radio report. See also grab.
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Insert

1) A punch in of the all of the tracks being recorded in a recording session.
2) On Solid State Logic consoles, placing an outboard piece of gear in the channel by patching and activating a switch.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20447

insert

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 acids that has been introduced into a protein. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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insert

noun an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted
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Insert

[composites] Inserts are pins, bolts, screws, joints and other structures that are used to transfer localized loads to a composite panel or to join two composite panels together. Metallic inserts are commonly used in the aerospace and marine industries to attach objects to sandwich composite panels. Here is some history as referenced in the...
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Insert

[effects processing] In audio processing and sound reinforcement, an insert is an access point built into the mixing console, allowing the user to add external line level devices into the signal flow between the microphone preamplifier and the mix bus. Common usages include gating, compressing, equalizing and for reverb effects that are spe...
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Insert

[filmmaking] In film, an insert is a shot of part of a scene as filmed from a different angle and/or focal length from the master shot. Inserts cover action already covered in the master shot, but emphasize a different aspect of that action due to the different framing. An insert differs from a cutaway as cutaways cover action not covered i...
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Insert

[molecular biology] In Molecular biology, an insert is a piece of DNA that is inserted into a larger DNA vector by a recombinant DNA technique, such as ligation or recombination. This allows it to be multiplied, selected, further manipulated or expressed in a host organism. ...
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Insert

[print advertising] In advertising, an insert or blow-in card is a separate advertisement put in a magazine, newspaper, or other publication. They are usually the main source of income for non-subscription local newspapers and other publications. Sundays typically bring numerous large inserts in newspapers, because most weekly sales begin o...
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Insert

[SQL] An SQL INSERT statement adds one or more records to any single table in a relational database. ==Basic form== Insert statements have the following form: The number of columns and values must be the same. If a column is not specified, the default value for the column is used. The values specified (or implied) by the INSERT statement mu...
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Insert

In·sert' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Inserted ; present participle & verbal noun Inserting .] [ Latin insertus , past participle of inserere to insert; prefix in- in + serere to join, conne...
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Insert

A part usually formed from metal, which is placed in a mold and may become an integral part of the casting.
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Insert

A piece of paper or card laid between the leaves of a book and not secured in anyway.
Found on http://www.lithosphere.co.uk/content/glossary.htm

Insert

A separate piece of material that is joined with the body of a club's head (usually on/in the club's
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Insert

A way of inserting sound into a mix whilst by-passing some of the controls.
Found on http://www.britishtheatreguide.info/otherresources/glossary/glosswz.htm

Insert

An advertisement, collection of advertisements, or other promotional matter published by an advertiser or group of advertisers, to be inserted in a magazine or newspaper. It may be bound into the publication, or be inserted without binding. See Free-standing insert, above.
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Insert

An instruction to the printer for the inclusion of additional copy.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20829

insert

insert 1. To put or place into something: 'He inserted a key into the lock.' 2. To introduce or cause to be introduced into the body of something: 'She tried to insert an extra paragraph into the article.'
Found on http://www.wordinfo.info/words/index/info/view_unit/1942/2

insert

Latin insertio = to join into, implant, hence, to attach; noun - insertion.
Found on http://www.anatomy.usyd.edu.au/glossary/glossary.cgi?

Insert

Leaflet or other printed material inserted loose in a publication or mailing package.
Found on http://www.nmoa.org/Library/index.htm

insert

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-sert′ Definitions: 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.
Found on http://www.medilexicon.com/medicaldictionary.php?t=44826

insert

[n] - a folded section placed between the leaves of another publication 2. [n] - an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted 3. [v] - put or introduce into something 4. [v] - introduce
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