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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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In connection with entering into the VPFs, the taxpayer pledged with the counterparty the maximum number of shares of stock to be delivered on the settlement date, by transferring the stock to a collateral account to be held by a trustee for the counterparty's benefit.
Under the circumstances, it is clear that even though separate acceptance of portions of the subject matter occurred, the subject matter of the contract was essentially a single unit (a building), and there was a business purpose for entering into one contract rather than several.
The bank suggested a way to repatriate earnings by entering into a 20-year swap transaction and then selling income rights for years six through 20 to the foreign subsidiaries.
At this time, it is anticipated that the revolving credit facility will be undrawn at the time of the entering into of the new credit facilities.
280G was also intended to discourage employees of the target corporation from entering into contracts with the acquiring corporation that would handsomely reward those employees if an acquisition took place.
Subsequent to entering into this transaction, Viper Networks discovered that Greenland Corp.
The constructive sale rules are designed to prevent a taxpayer from entering into long-term hedging transactions that would defer gain indefinitely while substantially reducing or eliminating the risk of loss.
The order provides that pending a hearing scheduled for August 25, 2003, UIT is temporarily restrained from entering into another Licensing agreement for the utilization of the IM buddies technology.