The formal entry of the judgment on the rolls of the court, which is necessary before bringing an appeal or an action on the judgment. Blatchford v.Newberry, 100 111. 401; Winstead v. Evans (Tex. Civ. App.) 33 S. W. 580; Coe v. Erb,59 Ohio St. 259, 52 N. E. 640, 69 Am. St. Bep. 764.
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