Few in history have gotten far by attempting to contextualize and insert nuance against a raging bull.
The best way to do this is by updating your profile with a "Justin Bieber followed me on [insert date here]!"
But to insert government as, in effect, the venture capitalist of one of the most strategic sectors of the economy?
Klinsmann may also insert Aron Johannsson at some point if the Americans need added juice up front.
insert your own 'headed for dizzy heights' princess joke here.
These were connected by a flexible cord to a plug which he could insert in place of a lamp in the chandelier.
insert the two feet of the bird, scalded and dried, to stand up from the centre.
The list gives only twenty-nine names, and Mommsen proposes to insert Signini.
He pulled out his key and tried to insert it, but another key was on the inside.
Promise me you will insert it, though I myself should ask you to cancel it.'
"to set in, put or place in," 1520s, from insert, past participle of Middle English inseren "to set in place, to graft, to introduce (into the mind)" (late 14c.), from Latin inserere "to put in, implant," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + serere "join together" (see series). Related: Inserted; inserting. The noun meaning "something inserted" is from 1893.