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from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • 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.

    Mothering in Real Time

  • 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.

    Crusader Gold

  • There were slits in the walls, and in the one facing the trail the rock had crumbled to leave a big hole, presumably Paste‚Äôs point of entry for his appointment with Carla.

    The Black Mountain

  • 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.

    First Clash


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