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embed

[em′bed]
Also spelled imbed.
(biology)
To prepare a specimen for sectioning for microscopic examination by infiltrating with or enclosing in paraffin or other supporting material.
(science and technology)
To enclose in a matrix.
To closely surround.

embed

To insert into. To enclose. For example, "embedded JavaScript" means that the JavaScript code is inserted into an HTML-coded Web page. An embedded system is a computer built into and specialized for a particular product rather than a general-purpose desktop or laptop machine. See embedded system, microcontroller and JavaScript.
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Embed [l.sub.uv] to [p.sub.i] with max PF, namely [M.sup.L](=[l.sub.uv]) = p 10.
Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park in China Embed from Getty Images
We choose a point distinct from p and q in the point set where this subtree is embedded, and embed u into this point.
When I contemplate the success or failure of the embed program, I think about those briefings in Qatar, at the Pentagon's press office, not the numbing recitation from the podium, but those moments when a questioner, with a newspaper or television transcript clutched in one hand, refuted a bit of stilted Pentagonese by saying, "But an embed with the 3rd I.D." or "ah embed with the 1st Marine Division reported ...
After using the generalized difference expansion algorithm to embed information into the pixel blocks, the mean value of the block pixels should be unchanged, and that is a fairly strict requirement.
People can also like and share the post directly from the embed."
This example design uses the Ohmega Ply 100 ohm/sq material, allowing you to embed 445 resistors, leaving just five as surface mount devices.
To embed the Instagram content, use the new share button on the right side of the photo, placed under the comments button.
India, April 1 -- Twitter's standalone short-video sharing service Vine now allows users to embed Vine clips onto the web.