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entry

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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Plans" that don't even bother to follow the clearly listed steps and instructions in the competition's Call for Entries
Among the interesting observations of the judges on this year's entries was that the communication program that embodied the idea of having fun in the work place was a recurring theme.
Because judicial concern over police entries into private dwellings spawned these rules, it is critical to determine when an entry occurs.
After first-tier judges narrowed the field to the top three to five entries in each of the 92 categories, the Blue Ribbon panel met for two-and-one-half days to select the winners.
3 league entries Campbell Hall (Delphic) and Buckley (Liberty) and at-large entry Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks (Mission) join Crespi in Division V.
All Gold Quill Award winning entries will be on display at IABC 89/New Challenges, New Solutions international conference in New Orleans, La.
Finally, all entries must have been designed to improve the public understanding of health, health care and/or medicine and/or contributed to significant improvement in the quality of care.
Note to Editors: High-quality images of winning entries are available upon request by editors and art directors of industry print and Web publications.
Stevens said that even though many, if not most, drug searches present circumstances that would justify an unannounced entry by police, the reasonableness of such entries must be supported on a case-by-case basis.
A jury of 17 world-renowned designers and critics spent many days previewing entries online and two and half days of intense, face-to-face evaluation and debate of over 1,380 total entries.
There's nothing but the entries,'' said Rodrigues Singer.
DALLAS -- The Dallas chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators' is now accepting entries for its 2005 Bronze Quill Awards program.