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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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A characterization of inscribable 3-poly topes was found by Hodgson, Rivin and Smith using hyperbolic geometry [HRS92, Riv96].
The characteristics particularly show up in the through-cutting of abrasive inks such as density white, screen ink, metallic ink, and luminescent ink, as well as inscribable color and inscribable lacquer.
As Logan details, a primary cause, as well as symptom, of both the nervous body and the nervous narrator was an "excessive impressionability" (2), which allowed for a deluge of "retained impressions" to take root in an "overly inscribable body, one that is too easily written upon by the stimulus of its day-to-day experience" (28).
If at the same time, was it in anticipation of immediate or future need for inscribable space?
One sometimes wishes for students who are totally ignorant of the language--a complete tabula rasa is more inscribable than a page that has been scribbled on already.
The result, he argues, is "an overly inscribable body, one that is too easily written upon by the stimulus of its day-to-day experience" (28).
Finally, the blank panel makes reference to the oppressed status of female figures in traditional narrative representations, wherein they are identified as inscribable only by desiring male subjects.