Some articles on enters:

Tumbling Weir
... It is apparently a rare design in that the water enters through a circular opening at the top that is surrounded by the stream ... The water then cascades down some more smaller rings until it enters a culvert which enters a tunnel under the nearby path before sluicing down to the river a few metres away ...
Forss Water - Tributaries
... Alt Torigil, known also as Alt Forsiescye, enters the river at ND037591 ... Alltan Guinne enters at ND058638 ... The Burn of Baillie enters at ND050653 ...
Tambo River (Victoria) - Physical Aspects - Tributaries
... the two largest being the Little River which enters the Tambo from the north at Ensay, and the Timbarra River which enters the Tambo from the east, south-east of Tambo Crossing ... along its length, including Swifts Creek which enters from the west at the town of the same name, Haunted Stream which enters from the west to the north of Tambo Crossing, with other minor tributaries ...
Lake Wissota
... and streams besides the Chippewa River, which enters the lake from the northwest and exits to the southwest, and Paint Creek which enters Little Lake Wissota from the east, respectively ... These include Stillson Creek, which enters Little Lake Wissota from the southwest, the Yellow River which enters from the east at Moon Bay, and O'Neil Creek, which ...
Powwow River - River Course
... through Long Pond into Kingston, where it enters Great Pond, a 268-acre (108 ha) water body in the center of the town ... Leaving Great Pond, the river enters an extensive network of wetlands and receives a major tributary from the southwest, the outlet of Country Pond, situated in Kingston and Newton ... Continuing east, the Powwow River enters Powwow Pond and passes into the southwest corner of East Kingston, flowing over Trickling Falls Dam at Route 107 ...

Famous quotes containing the word enters:

    Beside all the moral benefit which we may expect from the farmer’s profession, when a man enters it considerately, this promised the conquering of the soil, plenty, and beyond this, the adorning of the country with every advantage and ornament which labor, ingenuity, and affection for a man’s home, could suggest.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The life-fate of the modern individual depends not only upon the family into which he was born or which he enters by marriage, but increasingly upon the corporation in which he spends the most alert hours of his best years.
    C. Wright Mills (1916–1962)

    No ear may hear His coming,
    But in this world of sin,
    Where meek souls will receive him still,
    The dear Christ enters in.
    Phillips Brooks (1835–1893)