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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Ginger Harper, administrator of Harris County's Youth Services Division, said she has seen children stay at the Point of Entry for as long as a month.
In comparison, capturing documents at the Point of Entry enables the use of a very small team of focused, highly productive professionals--a Center of Excellence.
The PowerTrack [TM] carrier transports the material to the point of entry gateway.
Scientists knew that the sperm's point of entry helped determine this axis, but this finding shows that the sperm's DNA plays no role in the process, says Shakes.
Poorly ventilated crawl spaces, or those with remnants of tree roots or construction debris, can also give Poria a point of entry.
Missy Dehn Kubitschek's point of entry is gender analysis.
for expansion of the Alexandria point of entry, and $5,000,000 by Ruben Hinojosa (D-Texas) for building facilities for a commercial point of entry on the Donna-Rio Bravo International Bridge.