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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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In the W-most areas (Iberian plate), the consequences were only minimal sea level fluctuations and ephemeral emersion times.
Se verifico si ocurria el proceso emersion del nivel individual al colectivo, del consenso estrategico, el desempeno, el compromiso y la satisfaccion.
Just before emersion these gray zones turn black with dark blue iridescence (Figure 3(h)).
To assess the reliability of the method, two technical actions (head emersion and hand entry) were 32 times repeatedly digitalized by the same researcher, with a coefficient of variation less than 1% between the results and no statistical differences (p < 0.05) between them.
During these periods of emersion, mussels from each beaker (moved as a unit in their glass dish) were assigned to one of 12 blocks on a laboratory bench.
Hematocrit, hemoglobin concentration, and mean cell hemoglobin concentration (MCHC) were determined in the mangrove killifish, Kryptolebias marmoratus, a tropical fish that can undergo emersion for > 1 month when they leave the waters of mangrove forests and find refuge in moist, terrestrial habitats.
It took me a few minutes to see Mattie emerge completely dry from full emersion in a stream but I guess this is the way they used to make 'em.
As viewed from Greenwich, the planet's immersion (disappearance) took place near the time of sunset, while the emersion (reappearance) occurred more than one hour later in a dark sky.
They now look forward for a greater number of participants this time and everyone can be assured to experience yet another thriller, Mr Emersion quipped.