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An application form for a competition.
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- ‘All photographs must be accompanied by the official entry form, which will be published for three weeks.’
- ‘The pub will also be doing street promotions where vouchers for a free drink will be handed out, which doubles as an entry form.’
- ‘To enter, answer the simple question on the entry form opposite and return it to us.’
- ‘To enter the Sri Lanka holiday competition you will need to complete an entry form at any one of the games.’
- ‘Upon opening a door, the guest will receive an entry form for the official drawing associated with that room type.’
- ‘In addition, every review warrants an entry form for the program's grand prize: a DVD player.’
- ‘All you need to do is answer the two questions on the entry form on the facing page.’
- ‘The entry form for this year's tidy towns' competition needs to be completed, so a full attendance is expected.’
- ‘A new entry form and token will be published in tomorrow's Evening Press.’
- ‘Anyone yet to enter this year's competition can still get an entry form before next week's closing date.’
- ‘An entry form will be printed in the Evening Advertiser every day this week.’
- ‘The official entry form will be available in the paper shortly.’
- ‘A completed entry form must accompany entries and there should be only one submission per person.’
- ‘Anyone who has not participated previously and has not received an entry form is welcome to join in the sponsored run by turning up on the day.’
- ‘Entering is easy, and farmers could even attach their entry level stewardship application to the entry form to save time.’
- ‘For example, I found an entry form for a competition in my trouser pockets today.’
- ‘To enter the competition, simply visit the website and complete the online entry form.’
- ‘The competition entry form and guidelines will be provided to eligible entrants in the winning student's pack.’
- ‘Interested persons are required to enter the competition by submitting an entry form.’
- ‘You can your own question in the entry form at the bottom of the main page.’
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