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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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In order to get bricks inscribed and installed in time for the play area's opening, residents must buy them by Friday, said Carrie Peterson, parks development coordinator.
Huddersfield stonemason Fred Evans inscribed it free.
Located in the middle of the island will be a Tidal Well, a hole in the island's center around which will be a cast-glass Circle of Names where each of the 57 names of lost Hoboken residents will be inscribed.
Issuing from Jesus are the perceptual understandings that emerge when the law is inscribed within oneself and when the Holy Spirit guides one's interpretation of that inner Scripture.
Donor name or "In Memoriam" name inscribed in Book of Donors, which will be placed in the Brock Special Collections Library.
Here, the lower half of the building is inscribed with the exact outline of a corresponding opening in the north face.
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Marra, however, is convinced that the greatest impediment to racial advancement is the battle of the sexes "indelibly inscribed in the monolithic gender constructs Wilson's [work] perpetuates from generation to generation.
For example, when measuring a bore, a two-point diameter as measured with a micrometer, [3] a least-squares fit diameter as measured with a coordinate measuring machine, [4] and a maximum inscribed diameter as found using a plug gauge, will each yield a different numerical value because each measurement method realizes a different quantity permitted by the poorly defined measurand.
Several adjacent Memory Walls will be inscribed with the major achievements of the man known affectionately even today in Colorado as `Mr.
In February, Passer pushed the district into action by buying a brick inscribed with the phrase, "Keep Abortion Legal.
EDS: ADDING DETAILS) A flare-like device inscribed with Korean characters that washed ashore along the Sea of Japan coast exploded Saturday, seriously injuring a student who tried to light it, police said.