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1. The passage of extracellular chemicals or organisms into cells.
2. The inputting of data into a computer, e.g., for recording or ordering drugs or treatments.
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Followed by the threatening Indians, the Bumper party made its way back to the entrance.
There would be other springs, but if she did not succeed in passing the Entrance, Anne felt convinced that she would never recover sufficiently to enjoy them.
The ape-man had advanced well into the gulch as he investigated his surroundings and now as he stood near the tree, satisfied that the tunnel would prove a dry and quiet retreat for the night, he turned to retrace his way to the outer end of the entrance that he might block it with boulders against Numa's return, but even with the thought there came something to his sensitive ears that froze him into statuesque immobility with eyes glued upon the tunnel's mouth.
Behind the hangings there was a space of about three feet in width between them and the wall, making a passageway entirely around the room, broken only by the single entrance opposite them; this being a common arrangement especially in the sleeping apartments of the rich and powerful upon Barsoom.
As soon as death had thinned the jam, Garthwaite, still grasping my arm, led a rush of survivors into the wide entrance of an office building.
Carthoris and I, with Kantos Kan, took the remaining ships and headed for the entrance to Omean.
So all except Jack Pumpkinhead, who was still tied fast to the Saw-Horse, ran to the various entrances of the royal palace and closed the heavy doors, bolting and locking them securely.
A waiter told her it was her cab check, and that she should give it to the man at the entrance.
Then I glanced above me along the upper edge of the entrance to which we had come, and there, to my delight, I saw an end of the gallery not a foot above my head.
She moved to the entrance of the shelter to look for Tarzan.
I am under the impression, sir," he said, " that I saw you with my glasses from the window attempting to force an entrance into that building.
I would not know where to look for the entrance into the lagoon.