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An entrance or, in the context of real estate, the right to enter a property.


A way of entry.

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Their ingression in a concrescing actual occasion is more conducive to its achieving optimal intensity of satisfaction than other ingressions would be.
It instructs, too, that the ingressions of the state, a la Collier, be substantively limited to create the basic environment in which free entrepreneurs can successfully do their thing under a rule of law.