To set within something; to put or thrust in; to introduce; to cause to enter, or be included, or contained; as, to insert a scion in a stock; to insert a letter, word, or passage in a composition; to insert an advertisement in a newspaper.
A piece of material set into the face of the clubhead.
A paper or card securely bound to a catalogue, newspaper or magazine but which does not include a sample. (encart)
Editorial and/or advertising printed matter or promotional material enclosed within, or attached to, the pages or covers of a host publication. (encart – Poste-publications)
A printed sheet or sheets inserted into a publication or enclosed with a mailing.
Extra printed page(s) inserted loosely into printed pieces.
(1) In stripping, a section of film carrying printing detail that is spliced into a larger piece of film; also called Strip-in or Set-in. (2) In printing, a page, etc., that is printed separately and then placed into or bound with the main publication. (3) In typesetting, copy to be added. to top
An advertising supplement supplied by the advertiser for insertion in the newspaper.
A piece of material put into a laminate during or before molding to serve a definite purpose.
A section of a book that is printed separately, usually on different paper than the text, that is tipped inor placed loosely in the book. It is rarely bound in.
A logotype, stamp or piece of type designed to be inserted into a die, fixture or a marking tool; usually interchangeable with other inserts.
a page or more printed in advance by the advertiser and sent to a publication for inclusion in a specific issue.
an ad, card, brochure, or other promotional piece, usually on heavier paper stock, placed inside a magazine, newspaper, or direct mail envelope.
A separate piece of material that is joined with the body of a club's head for the purpose of providing more durability and more feel.
A shot added to enhance or to explain an element of the scene or story, e.g., a close-up of a handwritten letter or a newspaper headline.
A printed piece prepared for insertion, usually blown or stapled into a publication.
Specially printed piece for insertion in a publication.
An insert is anything in a magazine, catalog or book that is not printed the same way as the rest of that magazine, catalog or book. That might mean they way it is printed (4 color instead of 1 color) or the paper it is on. Inserts range from a BRC (Business Reply Card) in a magazine to a full 16 page 4 color insert in a book for example. [Back
A DVD insert refers to the printed material clipped to the inside of the DVD case.
This is something that is placed between pages of a magazine, generally a piece of paper or card. Interleaving: (Slip-sheeting) When sheets of paper are placed between the printed sheets as they come off the printer to avoid set-off
Table saw accessory that surrounds the blade and supports the work piece.
A printed piece usually independent of the original publication that will be merged in the finishing/binding stage.
A piece of printed material that is inserted into another piece of printed material, such as a magazine or catalog.
A piece of paper or card printed separately from the main job and positioned between the leaves of a book or magazine in the gathering and binding stage.
Promotional piece placed in an outgoing package or invoice.
A small section placed in between signatures of a book; for example, most often, a group of color illustrations printed on coated paper.
A special advertisement of one page or more, pre-printed for insertion in a publication.
A stand-alone printed piece that is placed or bound into a publication.
A letter, card, or similar item placed inside another mailpiece (host piece).
Within a publication and additional item positioned into the publication loose. (not bound in)
A printed piece designed to be placed into an already printed magazine or newspaper.
An advertisement, or several advertisements, to be inserted into a newspaper or magazine.
A printed piece prepared for insertion in to a publication or other printed piece.
A piece of steel that is tightly fixed in a die. The insert may be used to fill a cavity, to replace a portion of the die with a grade of steel that is better suited for service or to function as a small die with the impression fastened to a master die.
A printed piece that is not part of the original publication but is bound into a magazine, newspaper, or other printed piece.
Insertti Bilaga A separate printed product, usually an additional section of the newspaper containing advertising or feature material, which is assembled into the newspapers after they are printed.
A stamp or type placed with a piece of marking equipment, such as a die, to produce a particular design or image.
Preprinted material that is loosely inserted or bound into the publication after it has gone to press.
A piece of printed material that is prepared for the purpose of being inserted into another piece of printed material, such as a magazine.
Leaflet or other printed material inserted loose in a publication or mailing package.
Insert is a printed piece prepared for insertion into a publication or another printed piece such as a folded brochure.
Pre-printed advertisement that is bound or inserted into a newspaper or magazine. Can be several pages.
A printed piece prepared for insertion into a publication or other printed piece. In color separations, the placement of one piece of color into another.
A printed piece that has been prepared for insertion into a publication of other printed material.
In advertising, an insert is a separate advertisement put in a magazine, newspaper, or other publication. They are usually the main source of income for non-subscription local newspapers and other publications. Sundays typically bring numerous large inserts in newspapers, because most weekly sales begin on that day, and it also has the highest circulation of any day of the week.