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egress

n. way of departure. A word usually used in conjunction with "access" or "ingress."

egress

noun departure, discharge, doorway, egression, emergence, emersion, emigration, escape, evacuation, exit, exitus, exodus, gate, gateway, means of exit, opening, outlet, parting, passage out, place of exit, way out, withdrawal
See also: alight, avenue, evacuate, issuance, issue, outlet, quit

egress

see ACCESS.
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He also cleared the aircraft of personnel during egress and opened an over-wing hatch to further prepare the aircraft in case I gave the order to immediately abandon the jet.
Figure 6 and Figure 7 shows the ingress and egress scenario of short users for the 3rd row seat position.
Using patented key management, the platform utilises a unique community-based licensing model known as 'the Egress Trust Network' that consists of paying and free Switch subscribers, who are able to share information securely with one another using a single global identity.
Egress has earned membership on Assumption's President's Council because he has donated to the school at the level of $500 a year, each year since he graduated, Ms.
After spending five to 10 minutes meandering through the nuances of a ground egress, we moved into the more dynamic regimes of airborne ditching and bailing out.
These examples illustrate several ways in which modern engineering analysis using computer fire and egress modeling can result in more efficient building design and improved operations while protecting a building, its contents, and, most importantly, its occupants and visitors.
3) The doors shall be arranged to unlock in the direction of egress from a manual release device located 40 to 48 inches vertically above the floor and within 60 inches of the secured doors.
Their presentations examined the foundations for current egress provisions and discussed recommendations resulting from the 2005 National Institute of Standards and Technology World Trade Center investigation and the response to these recommendations from code development organizations and the building community.
The simple passenger flow model used to determine egress time that is established within the standard, as well as its limitations, are discussed.
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The result is claimed to be enhanced performance that meets or exceeds common safety and egress standards.