entry point


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entry point

[′en·trē ‚pȯint]
(civil engineering)

entry point

i. The point at which an aircraft transits from an offshore control area to an oceanic airspace.
ii. The position at which an aircraft enters a control zone.
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About 150 of these entry points belong to the Installation Management Command of which USAG-RI is a subordinate.
Entry Point North will train air traffic controllers and assistants, as well as aerodrome flight information services (AFIS) personnel.
The work of Feuerstein, et al (1979) and Feuerstein, et al (1980), with its emphasis upon the belief systems of educators, offered a useful entry point for analysis.
Readers could have a practically unlimited number of entry points into a document--an entry point for each field developed, as well as the potential to combine fields and entry points (for example, search by title and date) to better meet their needs.
Multinationals investing in Britain as an entry point to the European market will be able to simplify their financial arrangements.
the subject of the order is the provision of balancing services at the entry point to the branice transmission system (id 372414).
Drug and liquor trafficking is one of the main problems facing security officers at the Kingdom's entry points.
The new computerised procedure introduced by the government will be carried out at all of Bahrain's entry points from October 1.
Lead researcher Mary Theofanos has revealed that to find out how to obtain better facial images without having to deploy new technology, her team first visited and observed a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) border entry point at Dulles Airport in the Washington, D.C.
Road improvements on the airport road include the provision of an additional entry point to motorists driving from Al Rashidiya towards the airport car park.
In future, the entry point for a rider, trainer, owner or authorised jockeys' agent will be 18 months disqualification, with a range of nine months to five years.
entry point for the cargo is Laredo, Texas, but the fastest growing port is Tampa, Florida.