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Incused

In numismatics, describing an image on a coin that is pressed into the background and does not rise above it.
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Factors which could cause results or events to differ from current expectations incuse, among other things: the acceptance of Internet based application service providers in the consumer market, the impact of rapid technological and market change, general industry and market condition growth rates.
The new curriculum Incuses on new technologies and new media in journalism.
However, the most important discovery from this trench is the inscribed terracotta seal matrix containing four indistinct incuses, each bearing the name of a person, at least two of which can be read probably as Srivarma.