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- Used to ask not to enter, e.g. a sign on a hotel room door.
- Signs along the road to indicate this is a one way street.
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It is unnecessary to describe the well - known engagement in which Bonaparte drove Ibrahim back upon El-Arish; besides, I do not enter minutely into the details of battles, my chief object being to record events which I personally witnessed.
"But I think it best that we do not enter the city by the Netherbow Port.
To repeat, these unifications do not enter into the motivation of the undertaking, even though it is through them that it takes shape.
Generosity, on a large and comprehensive scale, seems to dictate the making a signal example of this gentleman; but waving that, these are only the private motives inducing him to surrender, and do not enter into the contract of Colonel Clarke.
I do not enter into the question of the names taken by separate Christian sects and circles (such as the Gnostics, the Spiritualists, etc.).