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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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First, it is difficult to fix categories in advance for such a heterogeneous collection of work without forcing individual entries into often inappropriate pigeon holes.
It is impossible to issue consistently reliable financial statements unless exactly the same journal entries are used every month.
Of the 1,386 entries (1,265 in 2003) Texels take the top spot with 251 entries (197).
The medical module can provide a health center log for manual entries, such as a missed medication, as well as automatic entries--provided by the system--for each treatment, follow-up visit, or change in medication.
In Wales, Carolyn Davies, the Vice ChairofArt and Design for Education in Swansea, Wales, gathered together entries and selected beautiful works by Jack Dennis, Bethan Williams, Amy Island and Joel Duffy.
The Supreme Court has noted that "[n]umerous state and federal cases have recognized that the Fourth Amendment does not bar police officers from making warrantless entries and searches when they reasonably believe that a person within is in need of immediate aid.
It also bears noting that entries for individual characters occasionally offer details only for one character with that name, neglecting other characters of the same name in different works.
The entries themselves tend to be succinct, though they are many in number.
A Blue Ribbon Panel judging pair may evaluate as many as 30 entries over two days, so it's critical that you fine-tune your work plan until you are sure all information adds something to your case.
To improve efficiency and more effectively identify cross-border payments, clearinghouse participants in the United States are considering a new payment format for cross-border entries.
This three-inch thick, 1,349 page, five-pound tome contains more than 4,200 entries compiled by 280 experts under the general editorship of Father Richard P.
and UCLA Anderson School of Management invite business, financial and economic journalists from print and broadcast media to submit entries and nominations for the 2007 Gerald Loeb Awards for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism.