ingress


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the act of entering

the right to enter or make use of

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(astronomy) the disappearance of a celestial body prior to an eclipse

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The study, "Sterility Maintenance Study: Dynamic Evaluation of Sterilized Rigid Containers and Wrapped Instrument Trays to Prevent Bacterial Ingress," used a dynamic aerosol test method that allowed for air exchanges to occur in SPSs that may simulate normal air exchanges in hospital settings.
A new range of user-friendly features, initially available on the recently redesigned Sienta, will consist of dealer-fitted options such as grip handles and side support pads that help occupants maintain posture during ingress and egress and while traveling.
IP67 waterproof connectors provide complete protection against dust, and ingress of water when immersed in one meter of water for 30 minutes.
To increase customer satisfaction and reduce churn, it is of great advantage to operators if they can control service distruptions and block ingress noise from spreading around their networks.
An ingress is formed in the bodyside layer and is aligned with one of the waste orifices present in a human body such that waste from the human body can pass through the ingress and be collected in the waste containment article.
All of Flexicon's liquid tight range can offer ingress protection of up to IP69k.
Our goal was to assess the potential of using larval abundance at ingress as another fishery independent measure of spawning stock biomass or recruitment.
Plaintiff alleged that the defendant bar owner had breached his duty to exercise reasonable care for the safety of invitees by failing to provide a reasonably safe means of ingress and egress.
2] ingress for up to four months longer than PET with standard Amosorb.
Moisture ingress into these materials leads to an unwanted weight gain but more importantly can adversely affect material properties.
Updates and new additions include the entire 21st century from 2000 through 2100; Ceres added to the daily longitude listings; a new formula increasing accuracy of monthly position calculations of the Galactic Center; monthly positions for Eris, Chiron, Pallas Juno, and Vesta; Astro Data column phenomena sorted by time as well as by date; and planetary ingress data that includes R if planet is retrograde when it ingresses.
Water ingress can destroy the effectiveness of the detector, but the company's liner faces this challenge by providing a permanent barrier over the metal detector's main liner.
The weigher is said to provide precision batch weighing of this high value ingredient with options for enhanced scope of supply including nitrogen purging for the whole weighing and dosing system, whereby the nitrogen blanket effect ensures there is no introduction of water molecules into the process; and using dry air purging as a method of preventing undue moisture ingress into the compound.
Tests reportedly show no significant O2 ingress in five months.