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  • verb Present participle of inscribe.

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Examples

  • These changes in title mark the work more as a decentered network of passages inscribing a kaleidoscopic welter of images than as a polymorphic circumvolution of words as ‘conducting bodies’ — the difference erected by the change in title is exactly that between Simon’s geometric composition and Silliman’s spiraling Tjanting.

    /ubu Editions, Third Series: 12 New Titles : Kenneth Goldsmith : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • The most common forms of "bad behavior" among Chinese tourists, such as inscribing their names on walls or pillars, spitting, talking loudly and randomly littering, are frequently seen in tourist spots favored by Chinese holidaymakers.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • 'inscribing' features into the chips, making integrated optical detection possible for the first time.

    The Engineer - News

  • 'inscribing' features into the chips, making integrated optical detection possible for the first time.

    The Engineer - News

  • 'inscribing' features into the chips, making integrated optical detection possible for the first time.

    The Engineer - News

  • 'inscribing' features into the chips, making integrated optical detection possible for the first time.

    The Engineer - News

  • In hundreds of ways, in thousands of communities, we are inscribing our own stories, making our own way, following our own insights from the daily experience of schools.

    Rick Ayers: Education Wars -- The Next Generation

  • The Avatar narrative starts with a form of reactionary anti-capitalism and thus ends re-inscribing the logic of colonialism inside an ostensibly anti-imperialist story.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Racial Politics of Dune and Avatar

  • An engraving of a French monument showing Fame inscribing the works of Bastiat.

    For Love of Laissez-Faire

  • In hundreds of ways, in thousands of communities, we are inscribing our own stories, making our own way, following our own insights from the daily experience of schools.

    Rick Ayers: Education Wars -- The Next Generation

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