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I view this as a possible entrée into disease-modifying therapy.
THE FIRST TREATMENT FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IS HEREALICE PARKJUNE 7, 2021TIME
The purchase gave the company entrée into the targeted email marketing business, which again would grow increasingly in importance in 2020 when communicating with customers became crucial during the pandemic.
AS SLACK ACQUISITION RUMORS SWIRL, A LOOK AT SALESFORCE’S SIX BIGGEST DEALSRON MILLERNOVEMBER 30, 2020TECHCRUNCH
It was agreed that five Adelie penguins or ten Cape pigeons' eggs made a good tasty entree to the monotonous ration.
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
Fritters are served as an entree, a vegetable or a sweet, according to the ingredients used.
THE NEW DR. PRICE COOKBOOKANONYMOUS
It is an aristocracy of real merit, entree to which is attained by achievement, not by mere inheritance.
SUPPERSPAUL PIERCE
"It's a wild-goose chase," he snapped, attacking his entree savagely.
THE FIREFLY OF FRANCEMARION POLK ANGELLOTTI
Julia began laughing as he appeared at the door, which facilitated his entree.
LED ASTRAY AND THE SPHINXOCTAVE FEUILLET
Your dazzling entree put everything out of my mind for a moment.
GUY KENMORE'S WIFE AND THE ROSE AND THE LILYMRS. ALEX MCVEIGH MILLER
Priscilla, as I recall, was the only one who seemed to have an entree to him.
WARREN COMMISSION (5 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. V (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
To have your portrait painted by Reynolds was considered a proper "entree" into the "bon ton."
LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF THE GREAT, VOLUME 4 (OF 14)ELBERT HUBBARD

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