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entrance

Theatre the coming of an actor or other performer onto a stage

Entrance

Any passage that affords entry into a building; an exterior door, vestibule or lobby.

What does it mean when you dream about an entrance?

Entrances, as the name suggests, often symbolize entering into a new stage of life. Entryways into one’s home indicate entering more deeply into oneself. Entrances into caves, basements, or some other underground chamber may symbolize entering into the unconscious. Blocked or locked entrances may show difficulties or fears associated with entering.

entrance

[′en·trəns]
(civil engineering)
The seaward end of a channel, harbor, and so on.
(computer science)
The location of a program or subroutine at which execution is to start. Also known as entry point.
(engineering)
A place of physical entering, such as a door or passage.
(naval architecture)
The part of a ship's underwater hull which is forward of the amidships.

entrance

The point of entry into a building: an exterior door, a vestibule, or a lobby.
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Criteria for younger entrants should include a separate VAT registered business; demonstration of a business development plan; evidence of land acquisition; and a rising scale of production.
As in the strategy and marketing literature, this article takes into account entrant, incumbent, and market characteristics in assessing competitive reactions.
7: It is the responsibility of all entrants to seek medical advice before participating.
Entrants must be aged 16 or over, or have someone 16 or over helping them.
In addition, the model shows that when entry cannot be deterred, while the incumbent can always use her patent breadth to induce the desired behavior by the entrant (i.
The successful entrant gets zero reward for producing other winners, yet there are lots of those too.
Entrants can also contact Solihull Community Housing contact centre on 0121 717 1515 or download a form by logging on to www.
A lifeline must be attached to the entrant and run back to a tripod, wench or electrical retractor.
The differences in state laws are discussed in the first appendix to this statement, but notable examples include restrictions on the home state of banking organizations allowed to enter some states, reciprocity requirements in some other states, the prohibition of de novo entry, and variable caps on the deposit shares of new entrants in still other states.
NEW YORK, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- New entrants are poised to draw tens of billions of dollars in revenue from traditional healthcare's $2.
PwC s report, titled Global health s new entrants: Meeting the world s consumer, shows how new entrants companies around the globe whose core businesses reside entirely outside of the health space or are expanding into new health roles are pioneering pathways into virtual healthcare, more affordable and convenient care options, wellness and fitness, and more.