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Do we say   entrance   or  entrants

Do we say entrance or entrants

entrance 6541 occurrences

One of the crew was endeavoring to force an entrance into the locked lazerette, doubtless with the intention of destroying the valuable aeroplane.

By the original plan devised at Hampton Court, it had been arranged that the entrance of the Scots into England should be the signal for a simultaneous rising of the royalists in every quarter of the kingdom.

arco, m., arch, archway, entrance arch, niche, recess; iris, rainbow.

boca, f., mouth; de , on (his) face; de manos รก , all of a sudden; unexpectedly; punto en , silence, hush. boca-calle, f., entrance (end or opening) to a street. bocado, m., morsel, bite.

emblema, m., emblem. embocadura, f., mouth, entrance.

entrada, f., entrance.

penetrar, to penetrate, enter, gain entrance; refl., to enter, penetrate.

It is not to be taken for granted that the particular regimen of studies, best fitting the student to pass the entrance examinations of a college or university, is the best possible for the nine out of ten students, who go directly from the high school into the world, and must fulfill some measure of moral leadership for American democracy.

Thus it is apt to keep its bars down and its entrance requirements flexible.

Well, in the mood cited, the institution raises and standardizes its entrance-requirements and generally excludes special students.

He therefore stood for the western entrance of Magellan's Straits, sighting Cape Descada on 17th December, following the coast round to Christmas Sound, which they reached on the 20th, the country passed being described as "the most desolate and barren I ever saw."

Cook says that on the charts he had, a large entrance or strait was represented, and in the account of Martin d'Aguilar's voyage in 1603 mention is made of a large river, near where he struck the coast, but he did not see any signs of either.

The Board of Engineers were also directed to examine and survey the entrance of the harbor of the port of Presquille, in Pennsylvania, in order to make an estimate of the expense of removing the obstructions to the entrance, with a plan of the best mode of effecting the same, under the appropriation for that purpose by act of Congress passed 3d of March last.

The Board of Engineers were also directed to examine and survey the entrance of the harbor of the port of Presquille, in Pennsylvania, in order to make an estimate of the expense of removing the obstructions to the entrance, with a plan of the best mode of effecting the same, under the appropriation for that purpose by act of Congress passed 3d of March last.

And almost since the arrival of the Marshalls in La Chance and his unceremonious entrance into the house as, walking across the fields on a Sunday afternoon, he had heard Professor Marshall playing the Doric Toccata on the newly installed piano, he had spent his every Sunday evening in their big living-room.

She looked up at his quiet entrance, and her face must have given him his cue.

Sitting beside a window, chin in hand, her lower lip compressed between her teeth, she saw Fyfe, after the lapse of ten minutes, leave by the front entrance, stopping to chat a minute with Linda and Charlie Benton, who were moving slowly toward the house.

The British landed at the entrance of Lake Borgne in December, 1814, and hurried to the banks of the Mississippi.

We present a perspective view of the bridge as seen from the entrance to the exhibition building, which is situated in close proximity to the southern end of the bridge.

So to the entrance of that fiery gate, Borne by no current, driven by no breeze, Knowing no guide but some compelling fate, Bold navigators of uncharted seas, Courage and youth went proudly sweeping by, To win the unchallenged freedom of the sky.

Acquainted now with his position, Mark had no difficulty in finding the entrance of this channel.

Here he landed, and marched towards the entrance of the crater.

Vessels that came in from the southward were obliged to pass through the narrow entrance, between the Reef and the Hog Lot, where was the drawbridge so often mentioned.

As for the Peak, it was not deemed necessary to do more than improve a little upon nature; the colony being now too numerous to suppose that it could not defend the cove against any enemy likely to land there, should the entrance of that secret haven be detected.

A band of seven stole, during this suspension of operations, forty horses and brought them into the camp, and one, more cunning and light-footed than the rest, stole the pasha's favorite horse from the tent where he was guarded by two soldiers sleeping at the entrance, and brought him to the Prince at Koumani.

My previsions justified themselves, for in the course of the afternoon we made the entrance to the harbor, and ran in before such a sea as I never saw in those waters before.

The waves broke against the great pillar of rock that stands in the entrance of the harbor, sending the spray to its very summit, and as we ran to the anchorage off the little port the whole population poured down to see the arrival, wondering what sent the tiny craft out in such weather.

You are struck upon your entrance with the hollow sounds that reverberate at every footfall, reminding one of the emptiness of all earthly things.

This Chapel, standing as it does at the entrance of the Cemetery, is well calculated to solemnize, the mind, and prepare it for the contemplations of the surrounding scene.

How proper it seems that a navigator should stand at the entrance to pilot the way, and we can but think Spurzheim is taking his scientific observations, as his bust stands as though looking upon the passers by as they pursue their way to the city of the dead.

Nor fairy tale, nor minstrel lyre, Can with their magic power entrance, Or one impassion'd thought inspire.

On the day which succeeded the embalmment, while the clergy were praying in suppressed voices at the several altars, a distant sound was heard, which gradually approaching nearer and nearer to the death-chamber, became ere long blent with their murmured orisons; and as they looked towards the entrance of the apartment, they saw the young King standing upon the threshold, attended by a numerous suite of Princes and nobles.

" An hour or two afterwards, when he paid his usual visit to the Regent, her Majesty rose on his entrance, according to the established etiquette, and made him a profound curtsey.

Every opening in the deck was fastened down and covered deeply over with moss, with the exception of one hatch, which was their only entrance, and this was kept constantly closed except when it was desirable to ventilate.

The cabin hatchway was closed, and the only entrance was at the farther end, through the hold, by means of a small doorway in the bulk-head, to which was attached a sort of porch, with a curtain of deer-skins hung in front of it.

" Saunders referred here to the low tunnels, varying from three to twelve feet, that formed the entrance to each hut.

But Buzzby was wrong, for at that moment a very small and particularly fat little boy in a fox-skin dress appeared at the mouth of one of the low tunnels that formed the entrance to the nearest hut.

"In candid minds, truth finds an entrance, and a welcome too.

ยฉ 22Jun32; AA99245. College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258866. Botany, 1932.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258868. Chemistry.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258870. History B, European history.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258884.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258874.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258867.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258864. Plane and solid geometry.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258876.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 22Jun60; R258883.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264545. Biology.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264586. Botany test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260461. <pb id='254.png' /> Chemistry, 1933.

ยฉ 23Jun33; AA124032. College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264558. Chemistry, 1933.

College Entrance Examination Board French vocabulary test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264567.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264556.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264588.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260458. English, 1933.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264575.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260454. French, June 1933.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264546. French, September 1933.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264577. French test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260455.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264539. German.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264589. German test.

ยฉ 21Sep32; AA105204. College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260457. Greek, 1933.

ยฉ 24Jun33; AA123702. College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264555. Greek, 1933.

ยฉ 21Sep33; AA130072. College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264571. Greek test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260466.

ยฉ 20Sep32; AA104450. College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260449.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264566. Mathematical aptitude test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 18Jul60; R260467. Mathematical aptitude test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 18Jul60; R260468. Mathematical aptitude test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260469. Mathematical aptitude test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264584. Mathematics A, elementary algebra test, 1933.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264547. Mathematics E, plane trigonometry, 1933.

ยฉ 21Jun33; AA122960. College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264544. Physics, 1933.

ยฉ 21Sep33; AA130070. College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264570. Physics test.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260453. <pb id='256.png' n='1960h2/A/1764' /> Physiology and public health, 1933.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264542.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264552.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264538. Spanish, September 1933.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Oct60; R264568.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260456.

College Entrance Examination Board (PWH); 26Jul60; R260448.

According to the public voice, Lady Monteagle at his solicitation had fled to his house, and remained there, and her husband forced his entrance into the mansion in the middle of the night, while his wife escaped disguised in Lord Cadurcis' clothes.

There was a debate of some public interest, and a considerable crowd was collected round the Peers' entrance.

The new curtains hung at the door of the vestry, and drawn, too, across the main entrance when service began, the fleur-de-lys on the crimson ground gave an impression of warmth.

Some few of the more favoured and respectable persons have obtained entrance to the space allotted to the solicitors, and have planted themselves in a solid circle round the fire, effectually preventing the heat from benefiting anyone else.

Especially as she realized that the telephone was in the entrance hall within earshot of the dining-room....

"Of course, he must be drunk, otherwise he wouldn't have dared to...." She went out into the entrance hall and put on her hat.

I'm going up the ladder backward, and when I go out I intend to shove in place the grating that covers the entrance to the deck there.

He had attained the entrance, with the other seven following, when some monsters arose from the bottom, near the shore, where he had been lurking, opposed his further progress, and a conflict instantly ensued.

" [Illustration: GRAND CANAL AT THE ENTRANCE TO PEKIN.]

Then rock was passed after rock, cove after cove, and village after village, until the entrance between Capri and Campanella was again reached.

There is a stoup at the W. entrance, and another in the N. chapel.

Worle, Hutton, Locking, Loxton, Banwell); (2) arch with quaint finial at entrance to rood-loft stair; (3) old glass in S. chapel.

After staying four days in Champoton, we pursued our voyage to what appeared the entrance of a large river; but Alaminos insisted that it was the termination of a large island, on which account this inlet was called Boca de Terminos.

In "Hamlet," when we first acted together after that long-ago Katherine and Petruchio period at the Queen's, he used to discuss with me the secret of my freedom from self-consciousness; and I suggested a more swift entrance on the stage from the dressing-room.

For instance, his first entrance as Hamlet was, what we call in the theater, very much "worked up."

Presently the stranger stopped before the large door of an old palazzo,every house is a palazzo that has an entrance for carriages, and let himself in with a key.

I was preaching one day to mother and Aunt Merce a sermon after the manner of Mr. Boold, of Barmouth, taking the sofa for a desk, and for my text "Like David's Harp of solemn sound," and had attracted Temperance and Charles into the room by my declamation, when my audience was unexpectedly increased by the entrance of father, with a strange gentleman.

entrants 8 occurrences

At eight o'clock the championship entrants from the Indefatigable came aboard, accompanied by many of their companions, who would be present to cheer them on.

The running broad jump was won by the Queen Mary's entrants.

For the beauty of this scheme of mine was that there was no limit to the number of entrants.

The puffy wind had scared most of the entrants of the freak types and only five of the more conventional kind of aircraft were on the starting line.

The Constituent Assembly declared the Order of St. John to be a foreign Power possessing property in France, and, as such, liable to all taxes to be levied on natives, and immediately afterwards a decree was passed declaring that any Frenchman belonging to an Order of Knighthood which demanded proofs of nobility from entrants could not be considered a French citizen.

The revisions of the Tweedmouth Inter-Departmental Committee came into force in 1897, involving many concessions to the male staff, and simultaneously the minimum salary of the Women Clerks was, without any warning, reduced for new entrants to ยฃ55 per annum, and the increment for the first six years was reduced to ยฃ2, 10s.

And our trench-line, with its infinity of salients and re-entrants, is itself only part of the great salient of "Wipers."

Others are young and vigorous, recent entrants in the planet-wide contest for pelf, possessions and power.