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enter

The act of entering data into the computer. After a line of text is typed, pressing the Enter key, also called the "Return key," causes the computer to input the data. See Enter key.
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To justify its position, the IRS noted that (1) the VPFs, pledge agreements and share-lending agreements all involved the same taxpayer and the same stock, (2) the VPFs and pledge agreements obligated the taxpayer to enter into the share-lending agreements and (3) no independent collateral was required to be posted by the counterparty pursuant to the sharelending agreement.
In the second resolution, the LMDC will enter into and agreement with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to build a bridge to reconnect the World Financial Center and Battery Park City with the rest of Lower Manhattan and to upgrade the Liberty Street walkway along with a covered walkway on Liberty and Church Streets.
In negotiating the price for the contract, B and T take into account the expected total cost of manufacturing the ten aircraft, the risks and the opportunities associated with contract, and all other factors that the parties consider relevant, in such a manner that T would have entered into the contract for the terms agreed upon regardles of whether T would actually enter into one or more additional production contracts.
Jacobson also claimed damages because Cherney breached a fiduciary duty to him by inducing him to enter into a contract to sell his house to the Bogens, which they would not have done, but for the misrepresentations of Cherney.
partner's best interests to file the statement with the Service that the TMP cannot enter into a settlement agreement for that partner, particularly ff the TMP has substantially conflicting interests.
The taxpayer's customers could also enter into contracts ranging from one to five years to continue maintenance.