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ingress

1) n. entrance. 2) the right to enter. 3) v. the act of entering. Often used in the combination "ingress and egress" which means entering and leaving, to describe one's rights to come and go under an easement over another's property. (See: egress, easement)

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INGRESS, EGRESS AND REGRESS. These words are frequently used in leases to express the right of the lessee to enter, go upon, and return from the lands in question.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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400) is, on a cellular level, directly comparable to the ingression of primary mesenchyme in an echinoid gastrula.
Finally, another recent study showed that a pool of chromosomal passenger complex (CPC)-regulated and membrane-bound centralspindlin can activate RhoA at the ingression site via oligomerization (Basant et al., 2015).
Their ingression in a concrescing actual occasion is more conducive to its achieving optimal intensity of satisfaction than other ingressions would be.
Furthermore, one can observe how the women that feel that they have not had a strong or real support before entering the prison, state that their interpersonal relations have increased and improved after their ingression to the prison.
Some evidence, for example, indicates the presence of the mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) gene family, which is the ERK-mediating signaling required for primary mesenchyme cell ingression, spiculogenesis, and mesoderm differentiation--all mechanisms relevant for sea urchin embryonic development (Rottinger et at., 2004; Fernandez-Serra et al., 2004).
The release profiles of RB and OG from the polymer matrices can be attributed to many factors such as polymer-dye interactions, solubility of the compounds in the degradation medium, intrapoly-mer pH, and water ingression into polymer matrix (36).
The fault slip, which caused permanent land subsidence of several meters (3) and ingression of sea water, resulted in the displacement of most survivors, many of whom were forced to live in temporary camps on higher ground for periods of more than a year.
One account of such processes (for example, that of Whitehead) invokes the ingression of eternal forms.
The design combines the functions of filtration, desiccant and membrane technology into one package to eliminate ingression of dirt and water through the filler/ breather port.
glaberrima, our working hypothesis is that Wnt is involved in the ingression of cells from the overlying coelomic epithelium to form mesenchymal cells of the underlying connective tissue in the growing rudiment.
The series can put up with harsh environments and is accredited with the IP67 ingression protection against dust and water.
It is likely that in these crystalline aggregates there is some ingression of the polymeric phase, as otherwise it is fairly hard to conceive the interfaces alone of a micron-sized additive having such an influence on the bulk of the polymer molecules and inducing a change in molecular mobility seen in either a DSC or DMA trace.