kick in


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enter a particular state

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contribute to some cause

open violently

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Chatsworth (9-10-3), which saw its winless streak against ECR reach 15, had one last surge that produced two throw-ins and a corner kick in the final minute.
And that's just to get to 93-percent stabilized occupancy so your normal operating budget can kick in.
Obviously, we're not going to do anything cruel or unusual, and if we do, that's where term limits kick in.
According to the FBI, more than 70% of all break-ins begin with a kicked-in, or forced-in door, yet most homeowners are unaware that an intruder can kick in a door, equipped with a deadbolt, in about 10 seconds.
After Leopoldo missed a header in his only good opportunity and the ball was cleared out of bounds, Barrera's corner kick in front of the net was converted by Dylan Riley to give Thousand Oaks the lead 15 minutes into the game.