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egress

[ē′gres]
the act of emerging or moving forward.
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During the Middle Jurassic, the Alpine Tethys opening first induced the emersion of the E Sardinia-Corsica high (while W Sardinia suffered only a limited shallowing), and then caused its rapid collapse (probably in connection with the Aalenian Mid-Cimmerian rifting phase: Ziegler, 1990; de Graciansky et al.
La posibilidad de emersion fue investigada mediante el calculo de la magnitud de la desviacion estandar, tecnica referida por Kellermanns y colaboradores (2011) como mecanismos de verificacion del nivel de semejanza de las respuestas de miembros del grupo.
Presumably, the daily emersion cycle experienced by mussels in the current study was enough to tip the balance of "scope for growth"--energy available for growth after basic metabolic needs are met (Widdows and Johnson, 1988)--from positive to neutral or negative, either due to decreased feeding time (unlikely as the mussels were generally able to clear the available food each day) or increased stress during aerial exposure unrelated to temperature (e.
Es asi como la emersion de las enfermedades zoonoticas es una prioridad compartida de organismos como por ejemplo, la Organizacion Mundial de la Salud, la Organizacion Mundial de Sanidad Animal, la Organizacion de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentacion y la Agricultura, y la Union Internacional para la Conservacion de la Naturaleza (34).
From 1801 to the year 2200, there are 80 occultations visible at Greenwich (including those taking place very close to the Sun), but for only 11 of them does immersion and/or emersion occur with the Sun below the horizon.
Sand emersion, saltwater fogging and interchangeability tests were also part of the procedure.
Wing Commander ( retd) Sanjay Mittal YSM VM said emersion of the ELT in a water body prevents any transmission from being picked up by the satellite constellation.
Other everyday steps include turning lights off when not needed, "vigorously" recycling and composting, cutting out using plastic bags, only using her aga and oil boiler in summer, having the emersion heater on timer and only watering the garden from a water butt.
Penner's emersion in the progressive political culture of the North End in the years before World War II makes for fascinating reading.
Payne has been in Ethics Practice since 1994 and currently directs a multifaceted program in healthcare ethics that includes the design and implementation of a variety of educational programs including an ethics fellowship program for pre and post doctoral students seeking a clinical emersion experience in clinical medical ethics; student interns from a variety of disciplines; and educational programs related to healthcare ethics for professional and non-professional audiences on a local and national level.
An infested tree can be identified by the round emersion holes, about three-eighths of an inch in diameter.