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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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When the inscriber catinates mastery's initials onto the site of enunciation, I argue, an alternative presence in the slave signature emerges to produce in the spatial arrangement in the pot shown above a contest of signatorial authority.
Through the introduction of key linguists such as Paul Passy and his early attempts at a universal phonetic alphabet as well as Abbe Pierre-Jean Rousselot and his laboratory in which experiments with an artificial palate and an electric speech inscriber (inscripteur electrique de la parole) scientifically measured the spoken word/vowel, the author conveys a clear picture of the discourse that ensued from the political decisions of this new French government.
'It must have depended in part upon the level of competence in Sanskrit of the author and inscriber of each inscription', especially since the difference between the long and short 'a' is not recognised in Indonesian languages.
It is possible that the inscriber of the song was a male scribe in Jerusalem.
The inscriber used the name of the great god Ra incorrectly and in vain; it was blasphemy in ancient Egypt."
Hayles perceives the technological not so much as an extension (and inscriber) of the body and selfhood, but as a bona fide other that we must both embrace and temper so as not to lose our identity in the maelstrom of blip culture and machinic desire.
The person using the vibrating inscriber must also return it.
Against the "map" of Cambridge life, with its summary recounting of past habits and indolent contentedness, Wordsworth posits an inscriptional mode--and a possible poetics--that transforms the feelings of the inscriber. That mode is geometry, and I turn to it now so as to trace the way in which Wordsworth, by introducing a different kind of figure of writing--geometry's lineal representation of space and volume--seeks to show that his development as a poet involved a turn away from the kind of self that can be readily imaged by a map towards the kind of self of which geometry, with its claim to represent infinitude, is a better emblem.
The equipment provided by Harris for each of the HD studios includes Platinum routers, Inscriber G-Series graphics products, Videotek TVM test and measurement devices and Nexio servers, Predator II or Predator II-GX multiviewers, a range of core processing technology including up/down/cross converters and multiplexers/demultiplexers, and Velocity ESX news, sports and production editing systems, he added.
The belated witness, Ursa, is thus not a plot designer, an inscriber of a planned tale.
(41) The container and inscriber of this expressiveness is the material body as it represents the locus of personhood.