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Synonyms for insert

Synonyms for insert

to put or set into, between, or among another or other things

to place on a list or in a record

Synonyms for insert

a folded section placed between the leaves of another publication

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an artifact that is inserted or is to be inserted

(broadcasting) a local announcement inserted into a network program

(film) a still picture that is introduced and that interrupts the action of a film

fit snugly into

insert casually

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The initial marketing and distribution of Liletta used a two-handed inserter that allowed for successful placement but required multiple steps.
Total quantity or scope: Lot 1 inserter performance zw 900 and 1 999 / hour, estimated quantity 53 pcs.
The last step in the process was for the individual PICC Nurse Inserters to complete the credentialing form for individual approval.
To operate without problems, conventional vertical inserters require near-perfect fiber or corrugated partitions," reports Jay Bachman, vice president of engineering for Wayne Automation.
The Twister takes output from a Multi-Feeder line, turns it 90 degrees and stands it on end, then hands it off to a circular inserter for packaging.
Whatever do these hand inserters get up to, I wonder?
The latest models of GMA's widely installed SLS series inserters are alleged to rely on technology that rightfully resides in the Goss Magnapak.
In addition to relocating and upgrading inserters and providing K-Trak press conveyor for the Chicago Sun-Times, K&M supplied inserter control upgrades for Atlanta Offset and Western Newspapers, Golden Valley, Ariz.
The SLS3000 was chosen "because its net throughputs were significantly higher than any other inserters we saw at other installations running similar products," Mailroom Supervisor Randy Sannes said in a statement.
Spanish printer CRE-A, a subsidiary of Barcelona-based newspaper publisher Grupo Godo, bought four ProLiner inserters from Swiss manufacturer Muller Martini to meet the Spanish market's increasing demand for newspaper supplements.
Up to that point, Muller Martini-developed inserters at U.
With conveyors, inserters, a hopper loader and stacker now in its product line-up, Seidel Enterprises Inc.