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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of egress.

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Examples

  • Expect it to get dirty as the dueling inside in the GOP primaries has only warmed up whichever candidate egresses from the inquistive backhand shots of the democratic nominee -- likely President Obama.

    Jessica Headley: Presidential Candidates Missing Common Sense Strategies With the Millenials

  • First, Batman wanted to get rid of the bats in the early spring, by sealing their tiny entrances and egresses, before they had their babies.

    Ann Leary: Where the Wild Things Are

  • I promise to expunge exponential egresses for you to explore and serve you blindly.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Predator pilots know the telltale signs of an IED (Improvised Explosive Device), they can read the wadis (dry riverbeds) and other egresses, and they recognize the entrances to the mud-walled compounds and the look of the Afghan “jingle” trucks (the colorfully decorated trucks one sees all over the Indian subcontinent and its environs).

    Hunting the Taliban in Las Vegas

  • Predator pilots know the telltale signs of an IED (Improvised Explosive Device), they can read the wadis (dry riverbeds) and other egresses, and they recognize the entrances to the mud-walled compounds and the look of the Afghan “jingle” trucks (the colorfully decorated trucks one sees all over the Indian subcontinent and its environs).

    Hunting the Taliban in Las Vegas

  • Predator pilots know the telltale signs of an IED (Improvised Explosive Device), they can read the wadis (dry riverbeds) and other egresses, and they recognize the entrances to the mud-walled compounds and the look of the Afghan “jingle” trucks (the colorfully decorated trucks one sees all over the Indian subcontinent and its environs).

    Hunting the Taliban in Las Vegas

  • We did that for a bit, inspecting the wadi egresses where an ambush might be laid and checking ruts in the road ahead that might be IEDs.

    Hunting the Taliban in Las Vegas

  • We did that for a bit, inspecting the wadi egresses where an ambush might be laid and checking ruts in the road ahead that might be IEDs.

    Hunting the Taliban in Las Vegas

  • All lanes of I-10 were supposed to be one-way egresses, but state and local police failed to implement the plan with consistency, and some sections of the interstate remained in two-way mode.

    Hurricane Season

  • All lanes of I-10 were supposed to be one-way egresses, but state and local police failed to implement the plan with consistency, and some sections of the interstate remained in two-way mode.

    Hurricane Season

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