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  • Used on signs to indicate that entry into the area where the sign is displayed is forbidden.


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  • She even looked up 'snails' in the medical encyclopaedia, and found no entry for it.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • Young Atkin made no entry in his diary of those days, and could never bear to speak of them; and yet, from that time forward, his mind was fully made up to cast in his lot with the Mission.

    Life of John Coleridge Patteson

  • Again there was no entry associated with the name Johann Smidt.


  • Before we reached Skukuza he swung the Range Rover down one of the no entry side roads, a detour which brought us after a mile or two suddenly and unexpectedly into a village of modern bungalows with tiny little flower gardens and street lighting.


  • One hundred gates of bronze were said to lead into the city, but no entry was more spectacular than the fabulous Ishtar Gate, made up of hundreds of glazed blue tiles decorated with golden bulls and dragons, all surrounded by decorated bands and rosettes.

    Alexander the Great


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