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- n. a port in the United States where customs officials are stationed to oversee the entry and exit of people and merchandise
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In large part, the point of entry to this concern was fear: that all boys, because of repressed anger and violent tendencies, were potential Harris and Klebold clones.
Lanowski had plotted a best-fit point of entry and route to minimise the chance of following a frozen meltwater fissure and rupturing the berg, and so far his plot had held true.
There were slits in the walls, and in the one facing the trail the rock had crumbled to leave a big hole, presumably Paste’s point of entry for his appointment with Carla.
Tursov's tanks were thus largely confined to the outskirts, shooting up the perimeter buildings and seeking to prevent any 4 CMBG attempt to mount an armoured stroke against the company's point of entry into the village.