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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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Hmmm, come to think of it, did you get an e-mail asking you about entering contests twice, already?
2003-7 did not involve a stock loan, some taxpayers may have relied on its holding when entering into VPFs with stock loans.
When you have finished entering the data for each student, your data file in Sheet 2 should look like Figure 3.
338 average and seven doubles remained team highs entering this weekend's Pacific-10 Conference-opening series against No.
Jane Magrath: What is the teacher's role in entering students in competitions?
Twenty minutes after entering Jachimko's house, the in-formant activated the agent-alert button.
Our Locknetics On Board computer-managed locking devices can be used to prevent residents from entering areas where they shouldn't be.
If you choose to do so, you must take certain precautions to prevent employees and unauthorized individuals from entering the space.
And the handwriting recognition on the Newton is random at best, so you still must use a tiny popup video keyboard for entering things like team names and dates.
In any event, Cherney claimed that Jacobson waived any claim for fraud by entering into a contract well-knowing when the closing would be.
Since entering the Great Lakes, probably in 1986, this proliferating mollusk has fanned into the Hudson, Susquehanna, and Mississippi rivers.
The problem area is defined by entering relevant attributes (features, variables) and their values as well as the possible outcomes.