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an item inserted, as in a diary, register, or reference book

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For my own part, at every new view I take of the subject, I become more convinced of the reality of the obstacles which, we are authoritatively informed, prevented the insertion of a provision on this head in the plan of the convention.
Mr Ralph Nickleby seconded the resolution, and another gentleman having moved that it be amended by the insertion of the words 'and crumpet' after the word 'muffin,' whenever it occurred, it was carried triumphantly.
It might not be a perfect system; nothing was perfect; but what he objected to, was, the insertion of the wedge.
Background: At St Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton, 95 percent of peritoneal dialysis (PD) catheter insertions since 2008 resulted in dialysis initiation.
During the 3-year study a total of 2,184 IUDs were inserted, including 1,503 interval insertions and 681 postabortion insertions.
Unfortunately, modification must be made to the acquisition system to reduce the time for technology insertions.
However, the AVFV2 and Hu504 insertions do conform to a minimum cleavage recognition sequence associated with HPAI viruses (R-X-X-R'G) (5).
Langham and Harrison (1993) found that when no anesthetic is used for IV insertions, a significant pressor response occurs.
In Insertions, Meireles sought to identify two operations so vast that they defy intelligibility-the global circulation of commodities and of currency.
AdPulse integrates directly with operators' on-demand platforms to make run-time insertions into on-demand streams, so fresh ads are spliced on-the-fly, at the moment that subscribers order their on-demand programs.
All device insertions were performed by a single investigator who is experienced in LMA[TM] use, but had not performed any insertion of the SLIPA[TM] prior to this study.
Tests show both greased and ungreased connectors have similar resistance values, even after repeated insertions.
Anesthesiology, Anesthesiology Proctor Assessment Form, Cardiovascular/Thoracic Surgery, Dentistry and Oral Surgery, Arthroscopy of the Temperomandibular joint, Dermatology, Emergency Medicine; Family Practice; Delineation of cross-departmental privileges including electrocardiogram interpretation, Swan Ganz catheter insertion, Vasectomy, Flexible sigmoidoscopy, Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy, Amniocentesis, Thoracotomy tube insertions and management, Cesarean section, Endoscopy procedures - diagnostic, therapeutic to include colonoscopy, snare polypectomy, variceal hemastasis, EGD, ERCP, esophageal dilation/stent placement, laparoscopy; 'On call'; Electrodiagnostic tests; Integrative or Complementary/Alternative Medicine
Other testers, optimized for a single type of memory die, or without the performance to test all the memories in the stack, force additional insertions on two or more testers, driving up capital and consumable costs and reducing yield.