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Egress

The right to leave an area. Denial of egress may lead to conviction for false imprisonment or a similar crime.

egress

An exit.

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However, its emersion was comparatively minor in terms of consequences and short-lived, and the depth reached here due to erosion and the amount of dislodged debris was therefore limited (it was also preserved in minor quantities for its exclusive carbonatic nature).
Por otro lado, para la constatacion de la emersion tambien es necesario verificar la existencia de diferencias significativas entre los grupos, en este caso, planteles educativos.
2000) sostienen que los machos de Cosmosoma myrodora consumen alcaloides pirrolizidinicos luego de la emersion y antes del apareamiento, para luego transferirselos a la hembra durante el cortejo y la copula.
Individuals receiving a low food ration or exposed to chronic heat stress during daily emersion had significantly less tissue mass at the end of the experiment than mussels given a high food ration or exposed to low stress.
3% de 355 eventos estudiados de emersion de enfermedades infecciosas en seres humanos correspondieron a zoonosis, de los cuales 71.
During the early morning of 1974 July 17, a Venus occultation was visible in the dawn sky from New York City, with immersion in a twilit sky and emersion nearly coinciding with sunrise.
Summary: The Mohammed Bin Rashid Program for Leadership Development (MBRPLD), an innovative leadership program aimed at developing national leaders who are willing and able to promote the sustainable development of the UAE, has announced that it has concluded a meeting with top government executives from the State of Washington and the City of Tacoma as part of the emersion activities of its Young Leaders Program participants, who are in the final leg of their international educational tour in Seattle, USA.
The purpose of his trip was to continue spreading the gospel, as had his predecessor Pope John Paul II, who, along with his emersion in the Church as a boy, was raised in the theater in his native Poland and possessed inherent skill at motivating people of all persuasions to embrace the faith.
Unintentional processes can be broken down into two main groups: emersion and aspersion.
Durante esta rapida sedimentacion se tiene evidencias de emersion de estas capas, pudiendo ser interpretado con descensos del nivel del mar.
La emersion, sin embargo, no ha sido completa y todavia, durante la temporada de lluvias, el agua de los alrededores escurre hacia esos terrenos bajos y como el suelo es impermeable por su alto contenido de arcillas, el liquido se acumula en la superficie.
Los sintomas de esta enfermedad suelen manifestarse a los 90 minutos de la emersion, aunque tambien pueden tardar dos dias completos en aparecer.