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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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Although the present war(s) and political climates have created a heightened awareness of Islam, South Asia and of women, works such as Tahera Aftab's Inscribing South Asian Muslim Women: An Annotated Bibliography and Research Guide create hope that researchers can take this newfound awareness and turn it into sensitive and subtle understandings.
Historians said it was common practice for veterans to mark their involvement in the Civil War by inscribing their service record in some fashion upon the structure of their homes.
Most scholars agree that there were at least three different hands involved in inscribing the entries on the left face: the highest (comprising lines 97-98) and the lowest (comprising lines 131-134) differ from each other and from the rest of the entries.
Inscribing the exhibition into a discourse that favors moral judgments over aesthetic ones, and local authenticity over global intelligibility, Camnitzer iterates a position often assumed by "peripheral" biennials that claim an advantage derived from geographical (and economic) marginality.