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

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insert words into texts, often falsifying it thereby

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From the base assumption that the interpolation step should have minimal effect on these features, we concluded that pressure map data that are to be interpolated (1) should be filtered prior to interpolating; (2) can be interpolated via either a linear or cubic interpolation (with a possible slight preference to cubic interpolation); and (3) should have a small, but not substantial, effect on feature extraction due to increase in interpolation degree through an interpolation to an 8* sampling density.
The Upper Zone (Upper): this mineralisation occurs above the recognised fresh mineralised zones with confidence in the zone affected by past surface workings; it contains 16% of the interpolated mineralisation at Mt Kare.
Interpolated data are formed as a linear combination of nearby existing data.
Two blocks of MTS testing were then given to all subjects, followed by a second interpolated episode of PA training in which the subjects in Group 2 were taught dnA-dnB misassociations, those in Group 1 were taught dnB-neutral name associations, and those in Group 3 were taught dnA-neutral name associations.
Apart from finding Middletonian parallels within this episode, Taylor and Jowett detect hitherto unsuspected and quite astonishing new meanings: "The interpolated passage implies that Claudio is himself one of Overdone's customers" (233).
As crisp, clear imaging is at the heart of Kyocera's products, both MFPs have the option of selecting from professional quality print output: 600 x 600 dpi, fast 1200 mode, and 1800 x 600 dpi interpolated resolution via Kyocera Image Refinement (KIR).
The printers feature true 600x600 dpi output, as well as an interpolated 1200x600 dpi output.
The imageCLASS D780 and D760 feature Canon's Advanced Printing Technology for high-quality laser prints with a default resolution of 600 x 600 dpi and interpolated resolution of up to 1200 x 600 dpi for best quality.
All offer Canon's superior image quality and support true 600 x 600 dpi resolution, 1200 x 600 dpi interpolated copy resolution, and 2400 x 600 dpi interpolated print resolution.
New anatomical contouring tools offer composite shape stretching and shrinking, morphing, display of interpolated contours and Rapid Contouring, all of which save valuable time.
The network assets are then intelligently interpolated and displayed graphically (branch and tree) or spatially (layered maps).
Pinnacle's HUB3 100 Mpixel/s video processor has a memory centric architecture that enables complex multi-layer editing and compositing in real-time with real-time FX such as interpolated slow-motion, curve fitting color correction and sub-pixel DVEs with masks.
Building on the experience of previous generation read channels, Leonardo includes an Interpolated Timing Recovery Loop (ITR) that allows the use of higher-latency, lower power dissipation analog-digital converters, maintaining the same overall system performance as Flash-ADC based read/write channels.
With the ability to scan and print at true 600 x 600 dpi and 256-level grayscale support, both units deliver 1200 x 600 interpolated dpi resolution for copy and 2400 x 600 interpolated dpi resolution for print, ensuring the most faithful reproduction of continuous-tone and halftone images available and printing clear, crisp text.