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  • n. The "Enter" key on a computer keyboard.
  • n. A stroke of the Enter key.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The last story in this section has the unwieldy title Enter A Soldier.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Neuroscientist from Age Four title Enter the "i of the vortex"

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • While I am working to have the phrase Enter the letters as they are shown in the image banned, you can read these great blog posts:

    Daily Links, Mar 14

  • The hall you Enter is of a very good size and height. 2 dineing roomes and drawing roomes, one for the Summer with a marble floore, 6 or 7 Chambers off a good size and lofty, so ye most of ye beds were two foote too low wch was pitty they being good beds, one was Crimson ffigured velvet, 2 damaske beds, the rest moehaire and Cambet.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • 'Enter' -- and you will see her appear, veiled, and breathing sweetness through her veil.

    The Saint

  • 'Enter' - shows the selected picture in a separate window - New Releases and Updates in All Categories

  • In this event, entitled the Harvard Underground Guide to Success (aka Enter to Grow in Wisdom), recent graduates and current students share firsthand accounts of how best to navigate academic, social and extracurricular life in college.

    Dr. Ali Binazir: How to Prevent Your Ivy League Child From Becoming Suicidal

  • He has published his findings in a book, titled Enter Pursued by a Bear - Telegraph

    March 2009

  • I found a very cute little site from Minnesota State University Mankato called Enter the Middle Ages.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • The franchise's first videogame, titled Enter the Matrix, will hit stores the same day that "Reloaded" opens in theaters (sidebar).

    The Matrix Makers


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