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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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2022 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A well-known and much used solution to fixing onto non-metals, threaded inserts can often provide higher torque or pull out performance by the application of heat or ultrasonic energy to further embed the insert into its substrate.
After approval from the Institutional Ethics Committee, package inserts accompanying allopathic medicines were obtained from a drug store and three pharmacies around a tertiary care centre in Western India on request over a 1-month period.
If inserts are boxed, they should fit the container (laid flat) firmly, without air space around the product that allows inserts to shift within the box.
In feedblocks such as the Ultraflow I, specially machined flow inserts are used to provide a target cross-direction thickness profile for each layer.
Tuning inserts for the Ultraflow I feedblock that can be adjusted during coextrusion enable manufacturers of film and sheet to reduce downtime and material waste while permanent flow inserts are prepared, as well as achieving greater precision in the ultimate thickness profiles of each layer across the width of the die, says the company.
What: New tool and insert geometries for high-speed machining and mill-turn operations
All types of indexable cutting inserts, that we will be tested, have a normalize shape SNGN 120716 T02020 and will be attached to the tool holder CSRNR 25x25 M12-K.
In addition, it can increase yield by reducing scrap due to error in assembly, significantly improve the consistency of parts, and reduce the tolerance stack-up of multiple inserts in a single part.
This small effect results in pocket wear, which in turn allows for a greater degree of insert movement.
In the present work, multilayer CVD coated ISO P-40, cemented carbide rhombic flat inserts of ISO specification CNMG 120408 with chip breaker and composition WC=75.13 wt %, Co=21.22 wt%, TiC & TaC=3.65 wt % and a net coating thickness of 25 [micro]m (1st layer-TiN-1.5[micro]m, 2nd layer-TiCN-12.5[micro]m, 3rd layer-[Al.sub.2][O.sub.3]-6[micro]m, 4th layer-TiN-5[micro]m), were used.
The technological process of making the pump body pressure casting die concerned the making of the inserts forming the casting shape on a pressure die-casting machine, i.e.
Separate month and year inserts were installed, or a dual-ring insert was put in place, marked with only the current year.
DrumSaver steel Drum inserts significantly reduce container cleaning time and cost.