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enter upon

v.
To begin or set out on something: We have entered upon a challenging period in our lives.
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If there is some kind of business from which they are excluded, let some heroic Woman enter upon that business.
As we try to achieve an even bigger success, we enter upon a path of burnout.
Human nervous systems/brains do not take kindly to such repeated, persistent frustrations; they literally break down, self-restructure in a dis-integrative way; they may enter upon a continuum of destructive evaluation, a gradient from annoyed to despairing.
We look forward to working with Dot VN as they enter upon this exciting phase of expansion for the Company.
The employer shall give each employee, where practicable, three months notice of the date upon which he or she will enter upon leave and in any event, such notice shall not be less than 28 days.
The President is of the view that the Bill should have been referred to the National House of Traditional Leaders for its comments in terms of Section 18 of the Traditional Leadership and Governance Framework Act in that the Bill impacts upon customary law or the customs of traditional communities by: allowing persons to enter upon land to conduct an investigation after notifying and consulting with the owner, occupier or person in control in terms of Section 50 and in so doing ignores the consent principle in customary law; amending the definition of community in Section 1 of the Amendment Act.
What we need is a class of persons who are to make teaching their business, who enter upon it as a profession, and who feel that they have a reputation to acquire and maintain.
Newcastle-based Scott Logic is to give a handful of talented students the chance to explore new technologies and make a real impression on the industry that they hope to enter upon graduation.
In restoring your National Spiritual Assembly, with the gratefully acknowledged support of your national government, you now enter upon a period of dynamic development of far-reaching virtue and influence.
In exchange for granting Access the exclusive 20-year right to enter upon the La Loche traditional lands, Access has agreed to provide all financial and managerial resources to facilitate development, to involve the local aboriginal community, to pay an annual fee, and to provide royalties from production.
Q ACCORDING to the deeds of our house, we have the full and free right and liberty at all reasonable times to enter upon our neighbour's land for the purpose of repairing, renewing or maintaining the boundary wall between our houses.
The real problem from a civil libertarian's standpoint is that the treaty does nothing to restrict the authority of law enforcement to enter upon, either actually or virtually, the territory and sovereignty of another country.
Of special note are "Key Concepts That Assist The Reader to Enter upon the Path of the Constitutions" (20).
A lawsuit was commenced by DeAngelo against both Kraft and Brazauskas seeking a court order permitting him to enter upon Kraft's property to remove the structure and to restore the terrain of Kraft's property to its original condition:
E[acute accent]Becker grants to the Optionee the exclusive right during the period (the "Option Period") commencing on February 23, 2005 and ending on the date that the Joint Venture is formed, to enter upon the Property, to conduct mineral exploration and development activities and to have quiet possession thereof.