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It would appear that the sole point of egress is through the front door.
Get people stationed at each point of egress," he said. "
The building had too many points of egress for the poor Fibbies to monitor him.
Another point of egress is a hole in the middle of the stage.
Dragosani had been delighted to put out the traitor's description to all relevant points of egress.
(5) Monitoring all points of egress from the building while a Code Adam alert is in effect.
A continuous accessible path of travel should be provided from seats to identified points of egress and amenities.
But on reaching the top of the stairs, prudence counselled him not to abandon this point of egress.
They had gone ice diving in the quarry, making a hole on the surface and dangling a rope to the bottom to mark their point of egress.
Keeping him at a distance as best I could, I slipped into an alley that I knew to have no other point of egress.
"B" Shaft and its small cage was the mine's second point of egress, the "emergency exit", and it was rarely used as such.
The test, as for all Miliolida, is porcelaneous and imperphorate, the terminal aperture, with tooth, the only point of egress and ingress for the animal.
It allowed coal to be recovered from the Ten Foot but left the Six Foot seam without a second point of egress which was a legal requirement.
The platform's only point of egress was within the Staten Island Ferry Whitehall Terminal and was not ADA-accessible; originally, the exits consisted solely of two stairs that led toward the ferry terminal.
If you prefer the more laboratory approach, a wall brick set against the foam will give the toads a point of egress from the water and you need only siphon and detritus from the water and rinse out the foam as required.
It is not necessary to walk the eight miles Coleridge walked to the market town of Bridgwater, where he preached at the Unitarian chapel, but if you are heading east to Glastonbury or Salisbury or even London, Bridgwater serves as a perfect point of egress from Coleridge's West Country.
Seething, stewing, surging, bubbling like serpents' slime it rolled up and out of that yawning hole, spreading like a septic contagion and streaming from the cellar at every point of egress - streaming out to scatter through the accursed midnight forests and strew fear, madness, and death.
In this case, however, he seemed to be examining the room more with an eye to its qualifications as a prison, and what he saw must have satisfied him: apart from the doorway through which we had just entered, the only other point of egress from the room was through the plate-glass window that overlooked the sea.