insertion insertion  /ɪn ˈsɜr ʃən/


  1. (n) a message (spoken or written) that is introduced or inserted
  2. (n) the act of putting one thing into another


  1. Otherwise, all insertions will be grouped corporately by advertiser parent company.
  2. Amnesty International in the 1970s described other methods of torture: electric shock, burning on a heated metal grill, and the insertion of bottles and hot eggs into the anus.
  3. Bebe's examination of Gabi, and his insertion of the syringe, is accomplished in one harrowing shot.


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  1. "The insertion of presidential politics has not been helpful," Reid said.
    on Sep 26, 2008 By: Harry Reid Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "This is a great day for SpaceX and the culmination of an enormous amount of work by a great team," said Elon Musk, CEO and CTO of SpaceX. "The data shows we achieved a super precise orbit insertion -- middle of the bull's-eye -- and then...
    on Sep 28, 2008 By: Elon Musk Source: MarketWatch

  3. With widespread instability and the interim government under pressure from Islamists, "what we want to do is endorse the insertion of this regional peacekeeping force which many of the African states have called for, in order to provide some measure...
    on Dec 1, 2006 By: John Bolton Source: Washington Post

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