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Point of entry   /pɔɪnt əv ˈɛntri/   Listen
Point of entry

noun
1.
A port in the United States where customs officials are stationed to oversee the entry and exit of people and merchandise.  Synonym: port of entry.






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"Point of entry" Quotes from Famous Books



... this they had difficulties because of the hostility of the Indians; and where the junction point was no one could say. On the chance Colonel Rondon had directed one of his subordinate officers, Lieutenant Pyrineus, to try to meet us, with boats and provisions, by ascending the Aripuanan to the point of entry of its first big affluent. This was the course followed when Amilcar had been directed to try to meet the explorers who in 1909 came down the Gy-Parana. At that time the effort was a failure, and the two parties never met; ...
— Through the Brazilian Wilderness • Theodore Roosevelt



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