Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of entrant.

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Examples

  • The online gallery of entrants is at the "nuclear. ru" website.

    Celebrating atomic beauty

  • One of the most intriguing entrants is the privately held Pacific BioSciences, which has over $260 million in venture funding and is working on a system that would run in hours, not days, by reading DNA molecules in real time as they replicate.

    Illumina's Cheap New Gene Machine

  • The online gallery of entrants is at the "nuclear. ru" website.

    Celebrating atomic beauty

  • Nutty annual fixture, with men's and ladies 'comps taking in entrants from as far afield as the USA and New Zealand.

    This week's new events

  • One has to wonder why there were no COTS entrants from the traditional primes given they should be able to come up with a derived system with little non-recurring cost and a mountain of proven experience delivering high reliability.

    NASA Budget Update - NASA Watch

  • The online gallery of entrants is at the "nuclear. ru" website.

    February 2009

  • The online gallery of entrants is at the "nuclear. ru" website.

    Science

  • One has to wonder why there were no COTS entrants from the traditional primes given they should be able to come up with a derived system with little non-recurring cost and a mountain of proven experience delivering high reliability.

    NASA Budget Update - NASA Watch

  • It is aimed at UK companies and other organisations, whether for-profit, or not-for-profit, and may include entrants from the charitable or academic sectors

    June 2007

  • Much of what he has to say about individual entrants is marvellously eccentric and engagingly frank.

    Socialist icon who became Big Brother

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