point of entry


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point of entry

That point where an aircraft crosses a boundary or enters a defined airspace, such as in a control zone.
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(30) However, it subsequently amended the basis for timeliness to the fourth point of entry --within 20 days of the notice of change.
After examining the claims, we found seven ways that Capture at the Point of Entry beats Point of Origination: 1.
But what will be important is that every possible area - from the believed point of entry to any final destination - are considered.
While the title "Architectural Abstractions" seemed to provide a straightforward point of entry to photographer Todd Eberle's recent solo exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the photographer's reputation rubbed off on the work itself, nudging the project in a hazier direction.
But two years ago Schechter decided to get his own message out and wrote his first novel, "Point of Entry." Dealing with a political crisis between Colombia and the United States, the novel reflects the complicated and difficult relationship between Latin American and the US, and how little it would take to upset that balance.
Gerson's point of entry into the subject is local associational life.
PixAlert offers the solutions that identify, eliminate and prevent unwanted images that get on to desktops or networks via any point of entry including email, memory sticks, laptops, digital cameras, scanners, CDs/DVDs, Wi-Fi or 3G phones.
The partnership will launch Travel MediaBank, a 'single point of entry' content service for hotels, in first quarter 2005.
By port, I mean any place that's a point of entry to a country--an airport, a seaport or a train station, for instance.
Designed to control access to ATMs at the point of entry, the ATMA and MSLR1 ATM vestibule card access control systems from Synergistics of Natick, Massachusetts, interface with a valid bank card or credit card to allow or deny entry to any ATM location.
My hope is that this unconventional point of entry into the world of books will lead young readers to more substantial literary choices in the future and a lifetime of enjoyment and enrichment.
Paired with Williams & Tsien, Carsten Holler took the lead by proposing converging slides--a device he has employed as a short-cut in real buildings--and the architects incorporated this adult playground within a raised podium of compressed snow that is as enigmatic as Pallasmaa's pentagon, until you reach the point of entry. Kiki Smith's cut-out stainless figures are elegantly backlit in a disc of ice but it's hard to discern Lebbeus Woods' contribution.