ingress ingress

Definition(s):

  1. (n) (astronomy) the disappearance of a celestial body prior to an eclipse
  2. (n) the act of entering

Usage(s):

  1. Hundreds of miles from the delta of the Orinoco and far inland from the sunny town of Caracas, are innumerable Indians who have staunchly resisted all white ingress.
  2. Hundreds of miles from the delta of the Orinoco and far inland from the sunny town of Caracas, are innumerable Indians who have staunchly resisted all white ingress.
  3. The distance is too great, through too country, for Gabon or the Cameroons to serve as an alternative point of ingress to the Sudan.

News

  1. VinPerfect Expands Range of Oxy-Regulating Screwcap Closures for the Premium Wine Market

    NAPA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VinPerfect announces the commercial release of two more oxygen-regulating screwcap liners, creating a range of SmartCaps for winemakers to select the oxygen ingress rate best suited for their wine.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Business Wire

  2. Deep inside Ingress, the Google-made game that's paving the way for Glass

    More than a game, Niantic Labs' Ingress is an exploration into the future of wearable computing. read more
    on June 7, 2013     Source: IT World

Quotes

  1. "And it is this ingress of theirs, which doesn't mean that they are supporting them, but they have ingress. They have some contacts, which can be used for their own advantage," Musharraf said in an interview to CNN.
    on Nov 8, 2009 By: Pervez Musharraf Source: Press Trust of India

  2. "It is no longer a question of how; it is a question of when," said Montgomery County Commissioners Chairman James R. Matthews. "We need greater ingress and egress to the borough for emergency purposes. It's no longer just a matter of...
    on Aug 18, 2008 By: James R Matthews Source: Norristown Times Herald

  3. "I'm trading a building with paving, utilities, ingress and egress for a pile of dirt in the hopes this location will be superior because of what's going on around it," Baer said.
    on May 15, 2007 By: Max Baer Jr Source: The Record-Courier

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