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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enter.


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  • He rings the electric bell outside, then enters through the swing doors_ R.C. BETTY _enters_ R. _and moves up at back of settee_ R. _to_ DEVENISH _by the swing doors.


  • I am running with a band of true modern hipsters before the term enters the lexicon and the market, before the self-eating self-awareness of global cool fully kicks in.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • The endeavor should be, that all generally received propositions into which the term enters, should be at least as true after its meaning is fixed, as they were before; and that the concrete name, therefore, should not receive such a connotation as shall prevent it from denoting things which, in common language, it is currently affirmed of.

    A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive

  • Arsenal's fans celebrated as if they knew the significance of this result and three points that will surely inject them with real self-belief as the title enters its second phase.

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  • In some distant time in a remote village, a stranger (Çetin Tekindor) arrives and proceeds to tell the children a tale in which the messenger of the title enters a village and reveals the secret corruption behind the seeming respectability.

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  • Benitez however and remains in bullish mood as the race for the title enters the final few laps.


  • If user enters a German word wrongly assumed it's a French word or Italian term, Google Translate can auto change the Google Dictionary origin word encoding to correct language.

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  • Again enters the man at the desk, whose physical efficiency would be more hurt by a cup of coffee at bedtime than could Daylight's by a whole night long of strong drink and excitement.

    Chapter IV

  • He always saves two squares for compost; yard and kitchen trash enters, is renewed to food.

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  • As the Supreme Court's term enters its last month, we still await the Court's ruling in McDonald v. City of Chicago, the Second Amendment challenge to Chicago's handgun ban.

    Dennis A. Henigan: What If Chicago Loses Its Gun Case?


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