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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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Weck were about to enter upon life, on the threshold of which they stood as sweethearts, a circumstance which seems to make their deaths the sadder.
That said, I would only look to enter upon a close above 1.
The RSA SecurID(TM) token uses a token with a digital readout you must enter upon login.
With the addition of operations in Ohio and the states we will enter upon the consummation of the recently announced purchase of assets from Vendell Healthcare, Inc.
It also authorizes removal of trees on private property and authorizes DCR employees and duly authorized agents "to enter upon any land in the affected area" to conduct activities to control the beetle.
Event dates: Saturday, December 6, 2003: enter upon arrival between 10am and 11am Sunday, December 14, 2003: enter upon arrival between 1pm and 2pm Saturday, December 20, 2003: enter upon arrival between 10am and 11am
Tomorrow, if you like, I will come to the Department, and we can enter upon the treaty," he said.
For the WebTV Classic service, One-Step Register subscribers are given an enrollment code to manually enter upon registration, which recognizes them as a pre-paid user.
Exposure to the project management situations our students will enter upon their graduation is instrumental to their finding success when they join the workforce.
In recent times, church catechesis, in an effort at minimizing the punitive aspect of the policy, has emphasized a medicinal intent: The goal of the policy is to encourage the remarried to enter upon a deeper reflection on the state of their spiritual life, leading to a deeper conversion to the Lord.
If Needed, In Some Instances Where The Property Is Fenced, Block Or Posted, The Surveyor Shall Be Responsible For Securing Permission To Enter Upon The Property To Be Surveyed, To Access The Adjoining Properties, Or To Access Any Offsite Easements.
The employer shall give each employee, where practicable, three months notice of the date upon which he or she shall enter upon leave and in any event, such notice shall not be less than 28 days.