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direct entry

The manual or electronic input of trial related data directly into an information system without a paper source document.

Examples
Individual keying of original observations into a system, or the automatic recording into the system of the output from a measuring device (e.g., a scale that measures a subject's body weight) or an EKG.
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Direct Entry Captains will receive a total of USD 20,000 in new hire bonuses, raising total year one compensation up to USD 100,000.
It has come to our knowledge that a lot of candidates are not aware of the sale of the Direct Entry forms, which we have advertised.
Pune [Maharashtra], December 23 ( ANI ): Three Indian players - Yuki Bhambri, Ramkumar Ramanathan and Arjun Kadhe - will get a direct entry to the main draw for the Maharashtra Open, an ATP 250 World Tour tournament slated to begin from December 30, here at the Mahalunge Balewadi Stadium.
One victory at next week's WTA Tour event in Rome would boost Sharapova's ranking enough to earn her direct entry into Wimbledon qualifying but she would need to reach the semi-finals to book her spot in the main draw without the need for a wild card.
Of the 450 positions, 400 will be Cadet pilots and experienced co-pilots and 50 Direct Entry Captains.
Edmund had looked to have done enough to gain direct entry into a slam for the first time following his victory in a Challenger tournament in Buenos Aires last month, which earned him a Davis Cup debut for Great Britain in the final.
Edmund had looked to have done enough to gain direct entry into a slam for the first time following his victory in a Challenger tournament in Buenos Aires last month, but five male players have used protected rankings, so Edmund's ranking of 102 puts him three spots out.
The Pony Club this week declared that a number of their qualifications will now be recognised as suitable for direct entry to British Horse Society (BHS) and British Showjumping (BS) examinations.
Gil Wilson said the branch was particularly concerned about the risks at night --partly due to the physical layout of the unit and its reliance on direct entry midwives.
But they still need a point against the Baggies to clinch third spot and direct entry into the Champions League.
Richardson spoke on a wide array of hot topics, including increasing incidents of onfield misbehaviour of players; playing conditions, such as use of two new balls at each end and the restriction of boundary fielders in ODI cricket; and the promotion of Ireland and Afghanistan into the ODI ranking table, which could allow them to make a direct entry into the tenteam 2019 World Cup.