ingression


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Synonyms for ingression

the state of being allowed entry

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In our earlier study on furrow ingression in control and Rappaport furrows (Argiros et al.
Property economics is a qualitative, counterfactual analysis that can deduce the effects of violent ingression upon the workings of the unhampered market order.
A Messinian salinity crisis in the Mediterranean and Red Sea areas restricted marine Neogene deposits to limited ingressions into the edge of the mountain range, with Lower Miocene carbonates transgressing onto older deposits.
From a Christian not Neo-Platonic perspective, Karl Barth's Neo-Orthodox, argument that an adversarial evil, or Nothingness, exists on the edges of creation as the product of God's non-election also suggests this ingression of the demonic.
The palaeogeographic conditions clearly suggest that a coherent hazel dormouse population might have existed between Denmark, southern Sweden and north-eastern Germany until the modern Baltic Sea developed through the ingression of marine water.
11,12 In another study13, even a very small overhang may lead to accumulation of plaque followed by bacterial ingression, and ultimately leading to development of a recurrent carious lesion.
This causes formaldehyde ingression into the atmosphere and further pollution of the air (Bagheri et al.
As standard, the cabinet carries an IP54 rating, but IP65 versions are available to order for applications that require higher protection against water ingression.
The animation may be stilted and not as slick and smooth as what appears in Hollywood productions but at least it is locally done animation and, despite all its faults, even the ingression of the film's sponsors ever so frequently in the visual narrative, the eternal contest between good and evil is presented in a gripping manner.
Most probable cause of corrosion is water ingression due to imperfect sealing surfaces near cooling air exhaust of starter/generator.
However, as the lion's share of the methods presented in this field is very intricate and involves a bundle of data ingression, methods which can work more respondently with limited available information have a clear advantage.
The variation in encapsulation state did not significantly affect the inclusion complex formation possibly because the negative charge on the upper rim of the SC4A cavity precluded the anion ingression within the cavity.
At this moment there is a challenging issue related with the ingression of underground water to the main buildings and this issue is producing a huge amount of contaminated water.
Whilst objectivity describes the upwelling of a potential that must be felt (that is, the world of occasions as it is given), subjectivity refers us to an unavoidable ingression of indeterminacy that primes each emerging process with an element of real creativity.
The Sinamics G110D distributed drive is ideal for installation in close proximity to motors throughout facilities where dust and water ingression are a concern.