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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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Amateurs (scratch handicap or better) can also enter upon payment of a pounds 40 entry fee, with the leading amateur winning a pounds 100 voucher.
The Virginia Court of Appeals ruled that unless property owners have made affirmative attempts (such as posting no trespassing or private property signs or erecting physical barriers such as gates or fences) to discourage members of the general public from approaching their residence or it is very late at night, there is implied consent that members of the general public, including the police, can enter upon the ordinary means of approaching their front door, which includes the driveway, front sidewalk, and front porch.
Second, while many of our students are already campus leaders, the world of campus leadership, while valuable, does not necessarily represent the world these students will enter upon graduation nor are the skills necessarily the same as those required in broader society.
After two people have been admitted, additional individuals can enter upon ID verification.
In the letter, of which the Racing Post has obtained a copy, Cearns writes: ``The management and local stewards will not permit ANYONE to enter upon the track from three hours prior to racing or trials and then only to do so with the express permission of the racing manager Jess Packer.
Wireless connectivity is important, says Bottum, "but having wireless access across campus has another major impact on Purdue students; it prepares them for the high-tech business world that they will enter upon graduation.
Sources in the article advised that journalists--particularly those coming right out of school--lower their expectations about the newsroom job they hoped to enter upon graduation.
A government agent, in the same manner as a private person, may accept an invitation to do business and may enter upon the premises for the very purposes contemplated by the occupant.
Anyone convicted of a crime which, if committed in Canada would be an indictable offence, and any one convicted of two or more offences which would be prosecuted by summary conviction within this country, are also considered inadmissible to Canada, but immigration authorities have the power to permit such persons to enter upon their agreeing to certain terms and conditions.
The 1937 definition stated that vocational guidance was "the process of assisting the individual to choose an occupation, prepare for it, enter upon it, and progress in it" (Super, 1951 p.
The study discovered the ``chaotic, violent, risky and dynamic world the foster youths enter upon leaving care,'' wrote authors Walter M.