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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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The effect of the court's ruling is to vacate the entire damage award entered upon the jury's verdict.
Subsequent markets consumable supplies and service, entered upon the occurrence of requirements for the performance of services under the framework agreement under the provisions of Articles 76 and 77 of the Public Procurement Code.
These are not questions to be entered upon lightly or thoughtlessly or when your mind is preoccupied with mapping out rat runs to the leisure centre and long-term strategies to overhaul your life in such a way that you'll never have to drive in a city at tea-time again.
The trial court's May 11, 1999, final judgment was entered upon the jury's verdict against the hospital and also reinstated the original $3 million jury award, plus costs.
At the expiration of another year, your committee by leave to report that during the year, they had approbated 10 teachers for the five different schools in this town, who have entered upon their responsible duties with different degrees of success and approbation.
Existing Charter Business customers upgrading their services or new Charter Business customers who order any or all of Charter Business services beginning April 21 will be automatically entered upon install to win.
The Taganrog boiler-making works "Krasny Kotelshchik", a member of the power plant concern Power Machines, has entered upon HRSG manufacturing for Yakutskaya GRES-2.
Final judgment will be entered upon the verdict in favor of Welch Foods.
Work was stopped throughout the city, and no war was ever entered upon at this time.
With the death of Sir William in 1876, and his legacy of mysterious debts and mortgaged properties, his widow entered upon a long purgatory of poverty.
Kensington designed a security lock for point-of-purchase displays, and there is even a software system that will activate a security office if a special PIN number hasn't been entered upon using the device.