Definition of Reinsertions

1. Noun. (plural of reinsertion) ¹



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Definition of Reinsertions

1. reinsertion [n] - See also: reinsertion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinsertions

reinoculated
reinoculates
reinoculating
reinoculation
reinoculations
reinput
reins
reinscribe
reinscribed
reinscribes
reinscribing
reinsert
reinserted
reinserting
reinsertion
reinsertions (current term)
reinserts
reinsman
reinsmen
reinspect
reinspected
reinspecting
reinspection
reinspections
reinspects
reinspire
reinspired
reinspires
reinspiring
reinspirit

Literary usage of Reinsertions

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1. Transposable Elements in Plants: Sponsored CRIS/ICAR Projects and Bibliography by Andrew Kalinski (1995)
"Here we describe a procedure by which the frequency of independent germinal reinsertions has been much improved by a process of long-term selection on ..."

2. Biotechnology: Ti-Plasmids and Other Plan Vectors: Bibliography January 1993 by Raymond Dobert (1996)
"Here we describe a procedure by which the frequency of independent germinal reinsertions has been much improved by a process of long-term selection on ..."

3. Egypt, Nubia, and Ethiopia by Francis Frith, Joseph Bonomi, Samuel Sharpe (1862)
"The same obliterations and reinsertions occur on the standing obelisk, as may be easily discerned on the spot with an opera-glass—but so skilfully executed ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"... and reinsertions of names under later kings, the military scenes, and the religious groups showing the sacred lune of Hathor, all add to the interest of ..."

5. Photography for Students of Physics and Chemistry by Louis Derr (1906)
"... off the burred edge on a fine-grained oilstone, keeping the hole clear by occasional reinsertions of the needle. ..."

6. Photography for Students of Physics and Chemistry by Louis Derr (1913)
"... it with a needle point, and then rub off the burred edge on a fine-grained oilstone, keeping the hole clear by occasional reinsertions of the needle. ..."

7. Photography for Students of Physics and Chemistry by Louis Derr (1906)
"... it with a needle point, and then rub off the burred edge on a fine-grained oilstone, keeping the hole clear by occasional reinsertions of the needle. ..."

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