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- v. Archaic spelling of enter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of entry.
- n. See enter-.
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Veterans as good as active avocation troops with proof of United States troops servicesuch as the troops ID or photo in uniform -- can select one complimentary entre from the far-reaching preference of favorites.
Claude Lévi-Strauss. '... je les situais à mi-chemin entre le conte de fées et le roman policier'.
A couple of things about that; as you may recall we made a shift at prepared foods where we had half of the space of that plant in Jackson was devoted to what we called our entre department.
- Mais bien sûr que tu savais, je te l’ai dit il y a trois jours sur le chemin entre l’école et la maison … marie-Hélène |
Other slogans used by the self-dubbed entre-manurers include "We're No. 1 at No. 2," "Our business is picking up," and "I do doo."
So my entre was the best part of the meal, but still lacked a certain, I don't know what. * giggle*
They nowise could be counted among the architects of that complex edifice known as the entre deux guerres, but they provided the furniture for some of its more comfortable, smaller rooms.
It was the time of evening between twilight and night - what the French call "entre le chien et le loup."
When she finished, Harsanyi sprang from his chair and dropped lightly upon his toes, a kind of entre-chat that he sometimes executed when he formed a sudden resolution, or when he was about to follow a pure intuition, against reason.
En caso de que un extranjero entre a México como Turista y cambie su estatus migratorio como visitante (FM-3).
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