- n. mathematics A map which maps a subspace (smaller structure) to the whole space (larger structure).
- v. present participle of embed.
“They are doing what they call embedding reporters with units so that people will go out with a unit and spend time with that unit, and then come back and report on what it is that they have seen.”
“Preparation of representative tissue sections through tissue fixation, processing, paraffin embedding, and sectioning”
“According to the law, Buma/Stemra cannot ask money for links to movies, but Buma/Stemra argues that embedding is not linking but publishing.”
“If the law rules that embedding is technically linking (which it is), the chairman says that they will back down completely.”
“Gretchen Daily, associate professor at Stanford University, claimed China went further than any other country in embedding "natural capital" into decision making.”
“Most early childhood practitioners are unskilled in embedding new media in powerful instructional practices.”
“(Since embedding is disabled, you will need to click again on the video to go to the YouTube site to view it.)”
“(Unfortunately, embedding is disabled) datingjesus”
“Can anyone support the argument that disabling embedding is a good idea?”
“I do not envy John Hutton's task in embedding him into a Ministerial team.”
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