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egress

[′ē‚gres]
(astronomy)
The departure of the moon from the shadow of the earth in an eclipse, or of a planet from the disk of the sun, or of a satellite (or its shadow) from the disk of the parent planet.

egress

An exit, or means of exiting. Also see means of egress.

egress

i. The act of getting out of a target/combat area by combat aircraft. Also refers to an egress route. The opposite of ingress. See also ingress.
ii. The act of getting out of aircraft cabin or cockpit, often under emergency conditions.
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Figure 8 and Figure 9 shows the Ingress and Egress Motion of the tall drivers respectively.
Egress is also a member of the Connecticut Alumni Regional Club Committee and is an admissions ambassador who works with the college admissions department at regional events, according to a short biography in the alumni magazine.
In a normal practice ditch, we usually call it good at, "I'll use this handle as my reference point during egress.
5) Activation of the building fire-protective signaling system, if provided, shall automatically unlock the doors in the direction of egress, and the doors shall remain unlocked until the fire-protective signaling system has been manually reset.
The program concluded with a panel of presenters and stakeholders sharing their ideas on what they feel is essential in the present era for safe egress from high-rise buildings.
Tunnel egress requirements, provisions for the evacuation of the disabled (which vary by international jurisdiction), and requirements for evacuation from "back of house" spaces are also not addressed.
Basement egress windows are more than just an emergency escape.
Versions include polycarbonate sheet with white backing and a flexible TPO sheet designed for use in egress tape.
specifically designed for the safety and egress markets, consists of glow-in-the-dark standard products that are available in roll stock or cut to length.
The direct "field take-off" method is physically walking the site, to determine the size, location and construction of each building to be removed and viewing the site to evaluate the existing condition of structures and material to be removed, including access and egress from the site.
A scalable switch-fabric solution must distribute its scheduling decisions among the egress ports.
Recently, during several surveys, numerous issues came up regarding the requirement to have two brows for egress on a ship in dry-dock.