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insert between (two things)

To place or slide something in between two other things. A noun or pronoun can be used between "insert" and "between." Well, the babysitter just called—it seems that Eddie inserted his head between two of the posts on the railing and got stuck. Insert this file between "A" and "B," will you?
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insert in(to) (something)

To place or slide something into something else. A noun or pronoun can be used between "insert" and "in(to)." Insert these documents in the Anderson file, will you? You need to insert a comma into this sentence.
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insert (something) between (something and something else)

to put something in between things. Insert this marker between pages ten and eleven. A marker was inserted between the pages.
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insert something in (to) something

to push or stick something into something. Insert the card into the slot and pull the lever. Insert the coins in the machine. I need to insert another paragraph into this article.
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Bedford, United Kingdom, April 17, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Challenge Europe are delighted to carry an ex-stock standard range of metric and imperial threaded inserts for use in the manufacturing and installation industries, in order to provide a robust thread in moulded/fabricated plastic components, where the softness of the substrate precludes a tapped thread.
As the plastic surrounds the metal insert, it will see relatively high temperatures of the molten plastic, but since the mold is also designed to remove the heat of the plastic, it will only see the elevated temperatures for a short period of time.
In India, the concept of package insert is governed by the Drugs and Cosmetics Act (1940) and Rules (1945).
What is the maximum size insert you can accept without quarter folding?
The the insert having a longitudinal length, an insert forward region, an insert rearward region, and a lateral axis between the forward and rearward regions and equally dividing the longitudinal length, an inner wearer-facing surface, and an outer garment-facing surface.
Typically about 4-in.-wide and machined from hardened stainless steel, a flow insert is specially designed to generate a corrective layer profile for a polymer with specific flow properties.
Typically about 10 cm wide and machined from hardened stainless steel, a flow insert is specially designed to generate a corrective layer profile for a polymer with specific flow properties.
"Dear INSERT NAME, Thank you so much for taking the trouble to write to us here at INSERT TITLE," I began.
Important to note: Iscar has developed what it is calling its "HIGHQLINE" of tools and inserts. Included are: DOVE IQ TURN: For heavy turning, it features a dovetail pocket combined with a lever clamping mechanism providing very firm and rigid insert clamping.
Excellent thermal and mechanical shock resistance is required for satisfactory performance of an insert in the all operation.
This small effect results in pocket wear, which in turn allows for a greater degree of insert movement.
[12] Sornakumar T., and Senthilkumar A., 2008, "Machinability of Bronze-Alumina Composite with Tungsten Carbide Cutting Tool Insert", J Mater.
The basic components of the pressure casting die include: a movable and a fixed insert with a forming shape, a casing, slide blocks, servomotors and a cooling system.
Jergens expanded its thread repair insert line with several models meeting MS (Military Standards) and NAS (National Aerospace Standards) quality requirements, including MS51830, MS51831, MS51832, NAS1394 and NAS1395 specifications.