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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.
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egress

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

An entrance. Contrast with "egress," which means exit. See ingress traffic. See also Ingres.
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From this egression and (2.1) it can be deduced that if there exists a set of functions {[g.sub.k](r)} such that L([g.sub.k](r)) = [P.sub.k](r) then the expansion coefficient [a.sub.k] can be evaluated by inner product of L (f (r)) and A(r) plus a surface integral containing boundary conditions for some cases of differential operators:
We also run a egression on Rule 144A issues only, with a registration right dummy variable (1 if with registration rights, and 0 otherwise).
This variable was followed by a third block containing the variable "% of clients served who are currently enrolled in mental health agencies." The CR versus CI category was not entered into this r egression because it had no significant bivariate relationship with attendance.
In two of the five regressions (r egression 1 and regression 4), the coefficient on the gender variable is significantly different from zero (at the .10 level and .05 level, respectively), and in both cases the coefficient is positive.