Noun(1) (astronomy(2) the act of entering
(1) The self-contained facility has a positive-pressure HVAC system to prevent the ingress of airborne contaminants and cross-contamination from other operating lines.(2) The new location provides guests with improved parking and valet service, and better ingress / egress including improved access from Interstate 70.(3) As the planet is completing its ingress , instead of a simple dark disk its image seems to be distorted into the form of a rain-drop, as if a thread or ligament of material has attached it to the solar limb, pulling it out of shape.(4) Before the ingress into Gemini, reality was universal and all-encompassing: it was embodied in all of life's dimensions, both the seen and the unseen, as well as the knowable and unknowable.(5) The majority of the offices have been located in linear wings, which offer easy access to cross ventilation, solar control and ingress of natural light.(6) The interior was spacious, with easy ingress and adequate access to all buttons, knobs and switches.(7) Market Street, between Sauer and Harrison streets, will form part of the square, becoming an underpass, with an ingress , or entrance, in Kort Street and egress, or exit, after Harrison Street.(8) The Romans celebrated the Sun's ingress into Capricorn as Saturnalia, a festival which welcomed back the return of the Sun's power after the shortest day of the year.(9) In the first, navigable waterways fueled endless migrations and the resources to sustain human ingress .(10) Water ingress , whether it has a high salt content or not, is the principal cause of pavement failure.(11) Plants require dominant or semidominant resistance gene alleles to specifically recognize pathogen ingress .(12) A skin of vinylester resin is used on the outer layer to provide a barrier against the ingress of water.(13) I'd gone up the ladder armed with a powerful flashlight to try to determine the point of squirrel ingress .(14) And so we're working on plans to create villages on the periphery of the marshes where we can provide quick egress and ingress to go into it and back out.(15) Suicide doors facilitate ingress and egress, and the entire seat can slide forward to extend the cargo capacity behind it.(16) Around the same time, the sclerocytes located in the outer cell layer, ingress and migrate into the posterior portion of the inner cell mass.
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