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Word: embed

Definition: (imbed) enclose; place in something; fix firmly in a surrounding mass

Sentences Containing 'embed'

Consequently, formations rich in fossils and sufficiently thick and extensive to resist subsequent degradation, will have been formed over wide spaces during periods of subsidence, but only where the supply of sediment was sufficient to keep the sea shallow and to embed and preserve the remains before they had time to decay.
Each YouTube video is accompanied by a piece of HTML that can be used to embed it on any page on the Web.
Failed States (2012) departs from the project of the same name, shifting focus to “CT,” a former embedded war correspondent who helps train Magid to embed in Afghanistan.
I have given my reasons for believing that most of our great formations, rich in fossils, were deposited during periods of subsidence; and that blank intervals of vast duration, as far as fossils are concerned, occurred during the periods when the bed of the sea was either stationary or rising, and likewise when sediment was not thrown down quickly enough to embed and preserve organic remains.
In the summer of 2007 DataLounge instituted a policy that only paying members may start new threads, but in May 2009 DataLounge launched another comprehensive redesign of the site, dubbed "V6," one that allows users to embed photos and YouTube videos, as well as mark specific threads to watch.
Intel AMT can embed network security credentials in the hardware, via the Intel AMT Embedded Trust Agent and an AMT posture plug-in.
Other media players can embed rating tags in music files but some software creates its own tag frame or method.
Over a series of meetings, the artist decided to train to embed with CT on his next trip to Afghanistan.
The role class pattern provides the ability for a class to play multiple roles and to embed the role characteristic in a dedicated class.
This functionality is often used to embed YouTube videos in social networking pages and blogs.
We probably take a quite erroneous view, when we assume that sediment is being deposited over nearly the whole bed of the sea, at a rate sufficiently quick to embed and preserve fossil remains.

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