• The Constable Made his Entry on Horseback——150
    The Constable Made his Entry on Horseback——150
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n entry the act of entering "she made a grand entrance"
    • n entry the act of beginning something new "they looked forward to the debut of their new product line"
    • n entry something that provides access (to get in or get out) "they waited at the entrance to the garden","beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral"
    • n entry an item inserted in a written record
    • n entry something (manuscripts or architectural plans and models or estimates or works of art of all genres etc.) submitted for the judgment of others (as in a competition) "several of his submissions were rejected by publishers","what was the date of submission of your proposal?"
    • n entry a written record of a commercial transaction
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Saint Isidore, or Seville, who lived in the 17th century, was believed to have written the world's first encyclopedia, the Etymologies. It included entries on medicine, mathematics, history and theology.
    • Entry (Law) A putting upon record in proper form and order.
    • Entry That by which entrance is made; a passage leading into a house or other building, or to a room; a vestibule; an adit, as of a mine. "A straight, long entry to the temple led."
    • Entry (Law) The act in addition to breaking essential to constitute the offense or burglary.
    • Entry The act of entering or passing into or upon; entrance; ingress; hence, beginnings or first attempts; as, the entry of a person into a house or city; the entry of a river into the sea; the entry of air into the blood; an entry upon an undertaking.
    • Entry The act of making or entering a record; a setting down in writing the particulars, as of a transaction; as, an entry of a sale; also, that which is entered; an item. "A notary made an entry of this act."
    • Entry (Law) The actual taking possession of lands or tenements, by entering or setting foot on them.
    • Entry (Com) The exhibition or depositing of a ship's papers at the customhouse, to procure license to land goods; or the giving an account of a ship's cargo to the officer of the customs, and obtaining his permission to land the goods. See Enter v. t., 8, and Entrance n., 5.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: At 12 years old, an African named Ernest Loftus made his first entry in his diary and continued everyday for 91 years.
    • n entry The act of entering; entrance; ingress; especially, a formal entrance.
    • n entry A place of ingress or entrance; specifically, a passageway or space allowing ingress or access; an entrance-hall or entrance-room in a building, or any similar means of access; hence, in English cities, a short lane leading to a court or another street: as, St. Mary's entry.
    • n entry Beginning; commencement.
    • n entry The act of beginning; an initial movement or entrance, as in a course or upon a subject or consideration.
    • n entry The act of entering or recording in a book; the act of setting down in writing, as a memorandum; the making of a record.
    • n entry That which is entered or set down in writing; a record, as of a fact, or an item in an account.
    • n entry A statement as to an importation of merchandise made under oath by an importer, to the effect that the merchandise described in such statement is of the actual value declared at the time and place where purchased or procured.
    • n entry The exhibition or depositing of a ship's papers at the custom-house to procure license to land goods, or the act of giving an account of a ship's cargo to the officer of the customs, and obtaining his permission to land the goods.
    • n entry In music, an act of an opera, burletta, etc.
    • n entry In law: The act of taking possession of lands or tenements by entering or setting foot on the same. There is a right of entry when the party claiming may, for his remedy, either enter into the land or have an action to recover it, and a title of entry where one has lawful entry given him in the land, but has no action to recover till he has entered. An actual entry is made when one enters into and takes physical possession, either in person or by agent or attorney.
    • n entry In medieval universities, a house or houses hired by a club of students to reside in at the university; a hostel; a hall. See hostel.
    • n entry A sign from a conductor to a singer or player to begin.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: DaVinci wrote notebook entries in mirror (backwards) script, a trick that kept many of his observations from being widely known until decades after his death. It is believed that he was hiding his scientific ideas from the powerful Roman Catholic Church, whose teachings sometimes disagreed with what Leonardo observed.
    • n Entry en′tri act of entering: a passage into a short lane leading into a court: act of committing to writing: the thing written:
    • n Entry en′tri (law) the taking possession of
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  • Tom Stoppard
    “Every exit is an entry somewhere else.”
  • George Ade
    George Ade
    “Anybody can win unless there happens to be a second entry.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. entree, entre, F. entrée, fr. entrer, to enter. See Enter, and cf. Entrée


In literature:

The fire-ship being thus fitted, they prepared to go to the entry of the port.
"The Pirates of Panama" by A. O. (Alexandre Olivier) Exquemelin
As he passed through the entry, Leo Maggimore was going into the banking-office.
"Make or Break" by Oliver Optic
"Principles of Mining" by Herbert C. Hoover
No entry of any payment.
"Notes and Queries, Number 183, April 30, 1853" by Various
Weather very mild since last entry.
"The Foot-path Way" by Bradford Torrey
William of Orange made a triumphal entry into Brussels on September 23rd.
"Belgium" by Emile Cammaerts
Entry to the park by any route is dramatic.
"The Book of the National Parks" by Robert Sterling Yard
Thereafter the usual procedure would be an entry in the journal, followed by a corresponding entry in the work sheet.
"Sound Military Decision" by U.s. Naval War College
The Mother Moon opened the door, and there was a long dark entry; at the far end was shining a little speck of light.
"The Children's Book of Christmas Stories" by Various
The time of his trial and his admittance, his Gethsemane and his Triumphal Entry in one, had come now.
"The Rainbow" by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence

In poetry:

She hailed from a very distant country,
Nocturnal child of ancient times;
She had no kin to greet her entry
Not even skies with a welcome shine.
"Snow Maiden" by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
WHERE, oh where are the visions of morning,
Fresh as the dews of our prime?
Gone, like tenants that quit without warning,
Down the back entry of time.
"Questions And Answers" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
The moral is that if your host
Throws glass around his entry
You know it isn't done by most
Who claim to be the gentry,
While if he hits you in the head
You may be sure he's underbred.
"The Ambitious Fox And The Unapproachable Grapes" by Guy Wetmore Carryl
Phryne had talents for mankind,
Open she was, and unconfin'd,
Like some free port of trade:
Merchants unloaded here their freight,
And Agents from each foreign state,
Here first their entry made.
"Phyrne" by Alexander Pope
Vain vow! No hint of mine may hence
To theeward fly: to thy locked sense
Explain none can
Life's pending plan:
Thou wilt thy ignorant entry make
Though skies spout fire and blood and nations quake.
"To An Unborn Pauper Child" by Thomas Hardy
The room is filled with lisps and whispers. Something mutters.
One candle drowns and the other gutters. Is that the rain
which pads and patters, is it the wind through the winding entries
which chatters?
"In A Castle" by Amy Lowell

In news:

The first 100 people to fly on Virgin Galactic's sub-orbital space flights will be headed to Philadelphia to get their first taste of the G-forces of space launch and re-entry.
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Hotel Bar of the Year Entry.
An innovative minute-long video entry netted California man Jared Cicon a cool $10,000 in a clever contest sponsored by Skinit.com, a business that provides consumer personalization for electronic devices.
NBC 7 San Diego went across the border to give you a first-hand look at El Chaparral , the new border crossing and the third phase of the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry Expansion Project.
Access road built by the Mexican government to the new El Chaparral port of entry.
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Leland Chee 's FileMaker database of the Star Wars universe holds more than 30,000 entries covering characters, planets, and weapons.
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It was time for another entry in Dance Mission Theater's long-running " Choreographer 's Showcase" series.
This would have been a good entry for Jimmy Kimmel's Christmas gift prank videos: a father gives his daughter – a big Chicago White Sox fan – a gift for a Chicago Cubs fan.
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In science:

Therefore, the entries of the matrix S (7) (n) model as n → ∞ the entries of the matrix x in the statement of the theorem.
Invariant subspaces of Voiculescu's circular operator
H : in the first class, the only non-identity entry of ~u is one of its first n1 entries; in the second class, the only non-identity entry of ~u is one of its next n2 entries; etc.
Random walks on wreath products of groups
Also, in the first class, the only non-identity entries of ~v are in its first n1 entries; in the second class, the only non-identity entries of ~v are in its next n2 entries; etc.
Random walks on wreath products of groups
Gn , and where if τ ∈ Sn is the transposition (p q ) then the only possible non-identity entries of ~v ∈ Gn are in positions p and q and these entries are mutually inverse elements of G.
Random walks on wreath products of groups
As one can see, matrices RA,µ are hermitian and the joint distribution of their entries is Gaussian, but different entries need not to be independent.
Gaussian Random Matrix Models for q-deformed Gaussian Random Variables