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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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Bryncir, Wed, Aug 11 Remarks Entry of 1,528 lambs and cull ewes, and 5 OTM cattle.
However, counter to the way implemented by many taxpayers, the repeal of the reserve method does not require them to rely on the write-off entry recorded for financial accounting purposes; Congress intended to allow a deduction for partially worthless business bad debts in the year in which ascertained worthless, provided they are charged off by the taxpayer.
For example, the rather terse section on storm deposits deals at moderate length with the formation of hummocky cross-stratification, a subject dealt with at length in a separate entry.
At this point in the entry, 1 is on a low block, and 3, 4, 5, and 2 are horizontally aligned on the free-throw line extended, as you can see in Diag.
Medical data entry is a daunting task if it must be performed in the few days before the season begins.
In order to clarify the role of technologies such as computerized physician order entry, it is important to define the above two terms clearly.
The piece which they chose to represent the United Kingdom at the 2003 Festival was Thoughts and Feelings, by Gina Pearson--the entry from Eureka.
Under one such exception, officers may conduct a warrantless, nonconsensual entry and search of a residence when, due to exigent circumstances, there is insufficient time to obtain a search warrant.
For example, Nunuma, the highly objectified woman in Hughes's short story "Bodies in the Moonlight," which was never reprinted in a volume of short stories during Hughes's lifetime, gets an entry despite the fact that she speaks few words, and those she does speak are in broken English.
Before I proceed further, I need to acknowledge that I was asked to contribute an entry to the Companion, the entry on "money" in Shakespeare's plays.
Entry into the World Trade Organization is clearly in Russia's best long-term economic interests.