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egress

[ē′gres]
the act of emerging or moving forward.
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You will see," he said, "that I have shifted the question from the mode of egress to that of ingress.
I made the decision to secure the aircraft and initiated the egress based solely on the initial callouts and the stress in my crew's voices.
First, strategy for ingress and egress is associated with both design variables and subject characteristics in an interactive way.
Customers are expected to benefit from performance improvements and save up to 66 percent on Google Cloud Platform egress costs.
A new range of user-friendly features, initially available on the recently redesigned Sienta, will consist of dealer-fitted options such as grip handles and side support pads that help occupants maintain posture during ingress and egress and while traveling.
Speaking about today's announcement, Egress UK Sales Manager Kelly McCann comments: “Pace Rehabilitation has taken a positive step to protect patients' sensitive information and provide a secure environment for data sharing.
When designing and installing the egress lighting scheme there are key points which need to be considered to ensure the requirements of both QCDD and NFPA are met.
Egress stems from October 2008, when a person referred to only as "DW" took an exam required for securities representatives planning to sell long-term care insurance in California, according to the letter of acceptance, waiver and consent Mr.
Exit stairways and evacuation elevators must be available as an accessible means of egress in conjunction with areas of refuge or horizontal exits.
While opinions varied widely, one thing was obvious: We needed to delve deeper into the practical side of all forms of emergency egress.
Computer egress models are available that account for the movement of various types of occupants with different levels of mobility based on studies of people movement.
The defendant filed a motion for summary judgment and the trial court granted the motion, finding that the area where the fall occurred was not within the area prescribed as a means of ingress and egress to the pub, and as a result, the defendant had no duty to provide lighting, barricades, or warnings of the drop-off.