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sometimes, django.db.models.get_model helps to work around circular imports. In your example, try to import Entry normally and chage the division FK definition in Entry to this:

from django.db.models import
get_model

class Entry(models.Model):
    division
= models.ForeignKey(get_model(‘competitions’, ‘Division’))

Helps resolve errors such as ‘specifies an m2m relation through model …, which has not been installed’

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