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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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based manufacturer of high quality threaded metal inserts, will unveil the all-new digitally enhanced Thermal Inserting Press 2.0 during NPE 2018: The Plastics Show, in Orlando, Florida, from May 7-11, 2018.
If you've followed the rules to this point, chances are you have the right insert set-up in each hopper and are ready to begin the process of inserting into your jacket/main/ cover.
A glitch in inserting a leap second, these researchers say, could throw everything off, whether it's the timing of an international business deal, the location that a missile hits, or the star that the Hubble Space Telescope observes.
Women who refuse to try inserting the female condom and women who try but experience difficulties have different profiles, suggesting that different interventions are needed to promote use in these two groups.
Protocols for inserting membrane proteins in this, the most promising membrane support system identified so far, are currently being developed to enable SANS measurements of the conformation the proteins have in actual cell membranes.
Then record and name your message and follow the steps above for Create from File, inserting it into the document.
Inserting the wick is a minor procedure that is performed in the office.
Called GARDSERTS, the kit tunas thread repair into a two-step process: drilling a hole with a standard drill bit and then inserting a self-tapping insert either manually with a bolt or driving the insert in with an impact wrench.
Simple steel stand supports tabloids or broadsheets for easier manual inserting of preprinted materials