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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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The apex court directed the makers of tea whitener to clearly inscribe 'It's not milk' on the packets and advertise it in newspapers and television.
With three runs under his belt, Inscribe now makes his first start in handicap company off a mark of 69.
PA has a primary list of around 20 Palestinian sites in the West Bank and Gaza, including East Jerusalem, to inscribe on the world heritage list.
Otherwise, why omit the words "ko pano" or "ro pano," yet still inscribe a couplet about rag sri on this particular painting?
76) If it was not normal policy to inscribe decrees of the synedrion on stone, it is possible that there were special circumstances behind the publication of the one concerning Paros, a situation that called for the prominent display at Athens of the dispute's resolution and the roles played by the Athenians and the League in that process.
Arriving home, chalk in hand, I'll inscribe some symbols over my doorway.
As part of a project started by the Class of 1999, bricks on the school's main walkway were sold for $30, offering buyers an opportunity to inscribe a brief, personal message.
David then thought it would be nice to make the gift that little bit special and he had our people inscribe it, in gold leaf, with, 'For my darling Victoria'.
Deals with INscribe Digital, Smashwords, and Rowman & Littlefield to be featured at Book Expo America
I know his mom,'' said Bruce Thomas, commander of American Legion Post 502 in Moorpark, which is working to inscribe Hill's name into a plaque for fallen veterans, the first since Vietnam.
The prefectural government spent some 8 million yen last year to inscribe some 663 new names, government officials said.