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


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  • 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.

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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Clarissa: but, however, with her my frequent egresses will make me look new to her, and create little busy scenes between us.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • I have charged him, however, on forfeiture of his present weekly stipend, and my future favour, to take care, that neither my beloved, nor any of the family suspect him: I have told him that he may indeed watch her egresses and regresses; but that only keep off other servants from her paths; yet not to be seen by her himself.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • The creature egresses by the same means, after ritually caressing his nostrils.

    December 19th, 2006

  • They are used to changes in procedures involving what they can bring in, what they cannot bring in, searches at the egresses or the entrances into these facilities.

    CNN Transcript Jul 3, 2002


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