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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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Alamzeb took it as a challenge; he collects all kind of papers from ground, inscribed the name of Allah or Muhammad from last 35 years and spares a room for these papers at house and after a month take it into river.
ART & LANGUAGE (English, 20th Century), Hostage X, 1988, Signed Michael Baldwin and Mel Ramsden, dated 1988 and inscribed as titled on the reverse, Oil on canvas on plywood with acrylic on canvas on plywood inserts, 75 x 74 inches
Kyrgyzstan's traditional felt carpets - Ala Kiyiz and Shirdak - were inscribed into the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding in 2012.
Since the formal dedication of the Memorial Wall on Armistice Day 2012, there has been an annual 'roll call' asking for people to put forward names to be inscribed on the wall.
WORCESTER - Bricks inscribed with veterans' names were recently installed at the Veterans Memorial at St.
The padlocks, inscribed by couples and attached to fences or railings, are a familiar sight around the likes of Paris, Rome and Cologne.
The Namib Sand Sea which lies within the Namib Naukluft Park has been nominated as a natural property, and if inscribed at the 37th session of the World Heritage Committee will be the second property of Namibia to be inscribed on the list after the Twyfelfontain rock paintings which were inscribed in 2007.
An Israeli radio station reported that one of the walls of the mosque was inscribed with anti-Palestinian mural graffiti, for instance, (paying the price).
The changes are a result of a controversy over a complaint by the Bailey family which protested that the Choi family had inscribed the back of the late Byung Soon Choi's headstone with Korean religious symbols, counter to Brant's cemetery bylaw.
It is now to go on display at the National Trust property The Vyne in Hampshire where the ring, which is inscribed in Latin and inset with an image of the goddess Venus, lay forgotten in the library for many years.
The ring, which was found in a Hampshire field in 1785, is linked by a name inscribed on it to a Roman tablet.
The oculus of the Pantheon pulsates like an exploding nova; the Big Dipper is inscribed on.