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entry

1. 
a. a person, horse, car, etc., entering a competition or contest; competitor
b. (as modifier): an entry fee
2. the competitors entering a contest considered collectively
3. the people admitted at one time to a school, college, or course of study, etc., considered collectively; intake
4. Theatre the action of an actor in going on stage or his manner of doing this
5. Criminal law the act of unlawfully going onto the premises of another with the intention of committing a crime
6. Property law the act of going upon another person's land with the intention of asserting the right to possession
7. any point in a piece of music, esp a fugue, at which a performer commences or resumes playing or singing
8. Cards a card that enables one to transfer the lead from one's own hand to that of one's partner or to the dummy hand

entry

[′en·trē]
(computer science)
Input data fed during the execution of a program by means of a terminal.

entry

An entrance, small hall, or vestibule inside an exterior door.

entry

The input of an item or set of items at a terminal. See data entry.
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Restrict use of journal entries, In larger accounting departments, allowing multiple employees to create journal entries often results in confusion.
Last year there were 3,819 entries and show manager David Dunsmuir said: "The entries represent an overwhelming endorsement of the Royal Highland Show's standing in the livestock and equestrian world "
Typical entries might show an allergic reaction to penicillin or sulfa, or conditions such as diabetes or asthma.
Each country contains entries in alphabetical order by either playwright or performing group; each entry contains biographical information, a comprehensive list of works, and a bibliography.
In the north of England, Liz Smallman, the Education and Public Programmes Manager for Eureka, a museum for children, collected entries from many young artists.
Furthermore, warrantless, nonconsensual entries into private premises by police officers in response to anonymous calls or reports of an emergency are particularly fraught with legal issues.
Another kind of inconsistency is in the use of separate entries for certain characters from Hughes's fiction and poems, but not for others.
Because nearly one hundred others contributed entries as well, journals seeking reviewers may find it difficult to locate scholars without a connection to it).
With more than 1,000 entries each year and only about 100 winners, you need to be able to present your project work plan clearly and articulately to the most discerning audience of all--your professional peers.
uses extensive data entry correction rules to prevent errors such as double entries, numbers in character fields, impossible dates, and other data anomalies that can arise during manual data entry.
The entry is conveyed in the clearinghouse formats as a transmission from the clearinghouse operator (such as the Federal Reserve) along with domestic entries.