Noun(1) (astronomy(2) the becoming visible(3) the act of coming (or going
Verb(1) come out of
(1) He signaled the pilot to perform emergency shutdown procedures and to egress the cockpit.(2) Leafleting does not have the same coercive component as a picket line, and does not in any significant manner impede access to or egress from premises.(3) To allow for easy ingress and egress , the passenger side has standard doors while the driver's side has a large electric sliding door.(4) There are cobbled access roads to allow resident access and egress .(5) They abandon their weapons and egress the area.(6) People can be arrested and charges can be laid in relation to the sort of activity where property is damaged, where people are injured or where lawful access and egress to a particular place is inhibited.(7) they'd egress the area by heading south-west(8) A system of tokens will facilitate free facilities and there will be pedestrian access and egress at all times as at present.(9) During this same time the crew chief scrambled to put the ladder in place so the pilot could expeditiously egress the aircraft.(10) Security systems are designed to prevent access, block egress and trigger an alarm if an attempt is made to breach the area.(11) There are plenty of laws in the books already that deal with individuals that commit assault, assault with a vehicle, child endangering, blocking someone egress or access.(12) ├ö├ç├┐We would stress the importance of gritting all A and B roads to facilitate the smooth and safe access and egress for the emergency services,├ö├ç├û he said.(13) He petitioned the judge, he said I want the same ingress and egress , the same access to the courtroom, special treatment that the van Dams have.(14) You can restrict access without impacting egress .(15) As it turned out, the station is well north of its namesake thoroughfare, and its access and egress is via a pedestrian bridge that leads to and from the western side of the tracks.(16) He recorded the times of ingress and egress , but his observations, made from the deck of a rolling ship, were practically useless.
(1) egress :: Egress
1. exit ::
2. departure ::
3. emergence ::
4. egression ::
5. emersion ::
6. emerge ::
1. entrance ::
2. entry ::
3. ingress ::
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