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intrusive

[in′trü·siv]
(petrology)
Pertaining to material forced while still in a fluid state into cracks or between layers of rock.
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While I like the idea of getting as quickly as possible to a very thoughtful fact-finding process stage, I have some serious concerns as I learn more about the proposal about whether we should insert the council intrusively into a process carefully crafted with secession supporters,'' Chick said.
The survey, conducted for Cadbury on 2,000 UK women, also found that four in 10 women consider someone looking in their handbag as intrusively as someone reading their text messages.
Nine years later, tests will be performed, although less intrusively because of better technology and the new panda compound.
Missouri voters deserve a Senator who shares their values and will fight against the exploding growth of big government that intrusively reaches into their wallets and into their homes," said Bauer.
She did not touch the supervisor as intrusively as she was touched," the New York Daily News quoted Price's lawyer, John Mills, as saying.
Traditionally, developers wanting to profile code must either use a simulator or intrusively instrument code with breakpoints.
Passport Systems is developing new generation scanner solutions to be deployed at ports, border crossings and key points of a supply chain to non- intrusively and accurately inspect cargo without impeding the flow of commerce.
The test access capability enables carriers to non-intrusively monitor and intrusively test any of the Tellabs 6400 system's 18,000 T1 or 672 T3 interfaces.
Inet's GeoProbe Business and Operations Support System offers service providers real-time surveillance, business and IT applications by non- intrusively capturing and processing data directly from the Signaling System 7 (SS7) network.