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n.1.One who makes an entrance or beginning.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As press reports put it, "the firm which secures the post of leg enterer to Madame Bernhardt and presents the fact to the leg-consuming public has a fortune in its grasp" (Akron Beacon Journal, 3 April 1915, 4).
The Weirdo Warehouse have a secret party on Saturday with DJs Lezzer Quest, Hush B2B Sunshower, Natalie, Cutmaster Cosmo, Danse Macabre, The Data Enterer plus performance artists and much more.
"I don't think I'm a good contest enterer," adding that he doesn't want his readers thinking he's any kind of Berkshire insider.
And when there are multiple "blanks" yet to be filled in, instead of providing no guidance (or, even worse, locking the data enterer into a fixed sequence of queries to respond to), the system could infer and highlight the queries that would be "best" to answer next.
Part of the indictment reads: "L'accusee, toujours ivre, ne manifesta alors qu'une seule preoccupation, celle de se debarasser le plus rapidement possible du cadavre de sa victime, ajoutant, 'je ne veux pas le faire enterer; il m'a mange trop d'argent.
Such words are charged within distinct discourses of the Cuban revolution, but it is the homophones enterrar (to bury) and enterer (to inform, find out) that intricately bind Contrabando's plot and characters.
IF you're a compulsive competition enterer, we've found just the site for you.
ENTERER or APPROVER is blank in the confirmation file received from bank OK 3.