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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Embedment The act of embedding, or the state of being embedded.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: The "last meal" for Death Row inmates has became embedded in the American death-penalty ritual. Reporters have dutifully recorded the last meal menus: John Wayne Gacy had fried chicken and strawberries; Ted Bundy passed on steak and eggs; James Smith, executed in Texas in 1990, requested a "lump of dirt" (request was denied); Missouri inmate Lloyd Schlup asked for venison and hare (request was granted).
    • n embedment The act of embedding or the state of being embedded or firmly fixed in some surrounding mass.
    • n embedment The mason work, clay, cement, or the like, in which something is or is to be embedded.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Embedment the act of embedding: state of being embedded
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  • Edward Fischer
    Edward Fischer
    “If something is exceptionally well done it has embedded in it's very existence the aim of lifting the common denominator rather than catering to it.”


In literature:

The cuff had embedded in his leg, it was swollen so.
"Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Various
Hematoma, or blood tumors, may be found embedded in this membrane.
"Special Report on Diseases of the Horse" by United States Department of Agriculture
In the far distance a white house was seen embedded in the blue mountains.
"Freaks on the Fells" by R.M. Ballantyne
The base of this fine mountain is embedded in a huge glacier, which gives birth to the high fall.
"Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 456" by Various
With the whole strength of his arm he held the savage jaws from his face as he wrenched and twisted at the firmly embedded knife.
"The Promise" by James B. Hendryx
Probably they had originally lain embedded in a layer of sand above the present surface of the desert.
"The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II" by A.E. Nordenskieold
The love story embedded in the narrative is strikingly original.
"The Blue Wall" by Richard Washburn Child
The tube of the telescope, firmly embedded in the sand, kept its place without the necessity of being held in hand.
"The Boy Slaves" by Mayne Reid
Embedded in the Cambrian strata there are great deposits of rock salt at Kheora, where the Mayo mine is situated.
"The Panjab, North-West Frontier Province, and Kashmir" by Sir James McCrone Douie
His hand remained firmly embedded in the wax.
"Fairy Tales from Brazil" by Elsie Spicer Eells
It was the skin of a white man, and in it were embedded strands of short, brown hair or beard.
"The heart of happy hollow" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
For floors, a sheet of woven wire is often stretched out and embedded.
"Diggers in the Earth" by Eva March Tappan
On the under side he found a large thorn embedded deep in the flesh.
"The Wonders of the Jungle, Book Two" by Prince Sarath Ghosh
In this way a large piece was brought to England embedded in wax.
"El Kab" by J.E. Quibell
Painted terra-cotta cones were also embedded in the plaster.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 1" by Various
The cornice was so firmly embedded in the stonework that it defied their efforts to remove it.
"The Red True Story Book" by Various
The idea of embedding it in a ball of the wax occurred to me.
"The Film of Fear" by Arnold Fredericks
Embedded in each side wall of the case is a bronze button which holds the handle in place.
"The Automobile Storage Battery" by O. A. Witte
The heavy head of stone embedded itself in the soft ground, so that the spear remained upright.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, May, 1930" by Various
The optimism which lies so deeply embedded in the American character is one phase of the national mind.
"The American Mind" by Bliss Perry

In poetry:

I trained my rifle on his heart;
He leapt up in the air.
The screaming ball tore through his breast,
And lay embedded there.
"War" by Arthur John Arbuthnott Stringer
Lay hot embedded there, and yet
Hissed home o'er hill and sea
Straight to the aching heart of one
Who'd wronged not mine nor me.
"War" by Arthur John Arbuthnott Stringer
niched shards of solitude
embedded in these brownstone
walkups such that the Hudson
at the foot of Twelfth Street
might be a thing that's done with mirrors: definition
"A Catalpa Tree On West Twelfth Street" by Amy Clampitt
No holly bush is here; no ancient yew tree;
Strange stones embedded in the salt marsh stand,
And rusted by the sun, the cypresses,
Like swords erect and planted in the sand.
"The British Military Cemetery at Sebastopol" by Konstantin Simonov
There are in life such hard blows . . . I don't know!
Blows seemingly from God's wrath; as if before them
the undertow of all our sufferings
is embedded in our souls . . . I don't know!
"Black Messengers (Translation of Los Heraldos Negros)" by Cesar Vallejo

In news:

Embedded to the right is a slideshow with photos of some iconic vehicles from the Detroit Three that will most likely be cruising Woodward Avenue on Saturday.
"Seen through Buffy 's eyes, some of the more sexist gender roles and patriarchal Hollywood themes embedded in the Twilight saga are exposed in hilarious ways," writes Jonathan McIntosh about his classic mashup of the two vampire franchises.
He also questioned whether professors would have the time and room in the curriculum to offer the embedded support the shift calls for.
The experimental Chicago Transit Authority card, embedded with a computer chip that records trip histories, is designed primarily to ease commuting for students and reduce fraud.
Most video embedded in this timeline is archival and from YouTube, and was not produced by POV, PBS or the filmmakers of William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe.
It's actually a sidebar to a big piece by Kristina Rizga about the year she spent embedded at Mission High, a low-income high school in San Francisco.
Even after President Obama's reelection eliminated the possibility of repeal of the Affordable Care Act, the state health insurance exchanges at its core remain embedded in uncertainty.
Modern masonry chimneys are reinforced by rebar, 3/8-inch steel rods embedded in the chimney 's concrete foundation and mortared into the chimney .
It's thanks to him that there are now close to 600 poems embedded in city sidewalks.
While a vacuum cleaner removes surface dirt, a steam cleaner removes deeply embedded dirt without using harsh or potentially harmful chemicals.
Embedding GDB Breakpoints in C Source Code .
Alleged Drunk Driver Drove Two Miles With Victim Embedded In Windshield.
For instance, a TV screen embedded into the refrigerator door meant you didn't have to wait for a commercial to grab a snack.
Integration of JTAGjet-Trace and IAR Embedded Workbench eases ARM development.
Software performance engineering for embedded systems: Part 1.

In science:

Note that the requirement of equilaterality of the triangles is only approximately fulfilled for the embedding shown, since there is no generic exact embedding algorithm for performing it.
The Harris-Luck criterion for random lattices
In order to prove that there exists an isometric embedding of (Y, q) into (U, ρ), it suffices to prove that there exists an isometric embedding of an arbitrary countable dense subset {yn}∞ 1 of the space (Y, q) into (U, ρ).
Random Metric Spaces and Universality
No new examples of taut embeddings of homogeneous spaces besides the generalized flag manifolds were known until Gorodski and Thorbergsson classified in [GT03] (see also [GT]) the irreducible representations of compact Lie groups all of whose orbits are tautly embedded; we call representations with this property taut.
Taut representations of compact simple Lie groups
Then N is a minimal embedding submanifold of X (i.e, a smooth variety of smallest dimension in which X can be embedded; dim N is determined by HX,a).
Desingularization of toric and binomial varieties
Theorem 1.14 extends this to torsionfreeness or unperforation, but then the following phenomenon happens: either the embedding has very strong properties and we only keep refinement, or the embedding is nothing more than an order-embedding but we have both refinement and divisibility.
Embedding simple commutative monoids into simple refinement monoids
Thus, by the induction hypothesis applied to Huv and to H ′ : n (cid:19)r−1−r ′ P r(A(Huv )|A(H ′ )) = (1 + o(1)) (cid:18) d For an embedding f ′ of H ′, let ν (u, f ′ ) be the number of extensions of f ′ to an embedding of Hu in V ′ ; ν (v, f ′ ) denotes the same for v .
Pseudo-random graphs
Take an open set Uω ∋ ω and a C ∗ algebra bundle embedding Ψ : Uω × End(ρ)ω → End(ρ)|Uω extending the identity bundle embedding.
2-C*-categories with non-simple units
This direct solution of (6) allows us to construct an embedding n −→ vect(n) most suitable for our purposes4, and find all possible embeddings.
How to realize Lie algebras by vector fields
When T admits quantifier elimination,f : A → B is a partial elementary embedding iff it is an embedding of structures.
Integration in valued fields
The property of the embedding time interval to be always larger than that the duration of the embedded excursion prevents the overlapping of the successive “resonances”.
Fluctuations and Long-Term Stability: from Coherence to Chaos
Lin AF-embedding of crossed products of AH-algebras by Z and asymptotic AF-embedding, Indiana Univ.
The Rohlin property for automorphisms on simple C*-algebras
We can suppose that without loss of generality that γ := f ◦ ζ is embedded, for otherwise we only need to apply a finite number of times the proof for f ◦ ζ embedded.
A higher dimensional generalization of taut foliations
Note that this unaltered embedding is not necessarily the original embedding, because of changes made while ensuring that earlier 2-handles lie in V .
Generalized Property R and the Schoenflies Conjecture
For a unital stably finite C ∗ -algebra A with a faithful tracial state, a stronger and, perhaps, a more interesting embedding question is when A can be embedded into a unital simple AF-algebra.
Embedding Crossed Products into a Unital Simple AF-algebra
We consider the following question: When can C (X ) ⋊Λ Zd be embedded into a unital simple AF-algebra? An obvious necessary condition for C (X )⋊Λ Zd to be embedded into a unital simple AF-algebra is that there is a strictly positive Λ-invariant Borel probability measure on X (see 2.2 below).
Embedding Crossed Products into a Unital Simple AF-algebra