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inscribe

[in′skrīb]
(computer science)
To rewrite data on a document in a form which can be read by an optical or magnetic ink character recognition machine.
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Titles from INscribe, Smashwords, Rowman & Littlefield and NBN are expected to begin appearing in the 3M Cloud Library within 90 days, pending completion of technical integrations with the distributors.
Ringgold thus inscribes readers into Cassie's family's contemporary history by creating a children's picture book from an African American quilt on which was printed across the top and bottom borders the tiny text of her flying-child story.
Our users are retailers who are very picky about type because they are creating invitations and announcements for their customers' special occasions," said Joseph Sieber, president of InScribe.
Net de adotar o InScribe Messaging Server para capacitar seu servico de e-mail demonstra o alto nivel de desempenho que a Critical Path fornece mundialmente," declarou Dave Thatcher, presidente da Critical Path.
Designed for speed, reliability and security, the InScribe Messaging Server is the most scalable and robust internal messaging solution in the industry.
Critical Path's InScribe Messaging Server enables IBM to extend its growing portfolio of scalable solutions for enterprises.
The addition of Kiran and Kevin to our leadership team is key to the continued success of InScribe Technologies.
He inscribes on the title page instructions to his readers: "I'm going to try speaking some reckless words,/and I want you to try to listen recklessly.
Konrad's use of this ultimately filmic principle of urban perception comes through when, on the multipaned gallery window--which allows a view onto Ringstrasse, a lively thoroughfare in the center of Cologne, and whose segments are reminiscent of film frames--she inscribes a series of epithets and neologisms on the theme of the city: VULNERABLE CITY, NORMAL CITY, ICONICITY, MIGRATION CITY, EXPANDED CITY, and so on.
The curved block inscribes a gentle arc in the landscape and gradually steps up from three to six storeys along its length, terminating in a prow at the south end.
This volume inscribes itself into the New Historicist canon quite effectively, and the arguments are appealing if prolix.