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point of entry

In dental or medical radiography, the location on the face toward which the central ray is directed. Points of entry are typically in the region of the apices of the teeth.
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(50) The association maintained the triggering event for the third point of entry is a "revised SERC," not a revision to the regulatory costs, and to require a change in the costs of the SERC in order to trigger a challenge is "contrary to the plain language." (51) The court found the department's argument that revised SERC did not qualify as the type of "revision" proscribed by the statute unpersuasive.
In comparison, deploying focused and highly trained employees at the Point of Entry is already proven to deliver very high rates of data accuracy.
Peter Schechter, thank you for talking to us about Point of Entry.
According to Axelrod, the Point of Entry at the school was a tour.
The new system would enable immigration authorities to process the arrival information -- including names, nationality and passport number -- at the point of entry on the day of arrival and feed the information to Tokyo by computer.
'They see the UK as an easy point of entry to Europe.
Its patented self-cleaning feature incorporates a downward wash-jet for cleaning centralized agitator units, and a cleaning stream that is also directed to the point of entry, top half and sides of tank for maximum cleaning efficiency.
Simply put, without the halakhic system, Jews lose their point of entry to understanding the Jewish God.
For the first time, multifamily lenders will be able to conduct their business via the Internet as the company moves its transaction applications to its Web site, providing a single point of entry for business-to-business e-commerce.
Scientists knew that the sperm's point of entry helped determine this axis, but this finding shows that the sperm's DNA plays no role in the process, says Shakes.
From the user's point of view there is a single point of entry to an extensive line-up of reports.
Missy Dehn Kubitschek's point of entry is gender analysis.