Exit

Exit may refer to:

  • Door
  • Portal (architecture), an opening in the walls of a structure
  • Emergency exit
  • Overwing exit, a type of emergency exit on an airplane
  • Exit ramp, a feature of a road interchange

Read more about Exit:  Computing, Music, Other Media, Organisations, Other Uses

Other articles related to "exit":

Interstate 195 (Rhode Island–Massachusetts) - Exit List
... State County Location Mile km Exit Destinations Notes Rhode Island Providence Providence 0.2 0.3 — I-95 / US 6 west – New York, Boston, Hartford Western end of US 6 concurrency westbound exit and ...
Entry (economics)
... This broader sense can be compared to the idea of exit.. ... they are with either forced entry or restricted exit ... can be less problematic if the option of inexpensive exit is preserved ...
Interstate 205 (California) - Exit List
... County Location Postmile Exit Destinations Notes Alameda 0.21 I-580 west (Arthur H ... Freeway) – San Francisco Westbound exit and eastbound entrance San Joaquin 1.38 2 Mountain House Parkway R3.37 4 Eleventh Street (I-205 Bus ... east) Eastbound exit and westbound entrance former US 50 east Tracy R5.29 6 Grant Line Road (CR J4), Naglee Road R7.01 8 Tracy Boulevard (CR J13) R8.13 9 ...
Exit - Other Uses
... Exit (economics), the ability to opt out of future transactions EXIT procedure, an obstetrics procedure Exit (drink), an energy drink ...
Interstate 195 (Maine) - Route Description
... the freeway is accessible from I-95 via Exit 36 ... The junction, signed as Exit 1, is a partial cloverleaf interchange ... After Exit 1, I-195 turns slightly to the south, passing through a densely forested region in eastern Saco ...

Famous quotes containing the word exit:

    There is no exit from the circle of one’s beliefs.
    Keith Lehrer (b. 1936)

    Exit the mental moonlight, exit lex,
    Rex and principium, exit the whole
    Shebang. Exeunt omnes. Here was prose
    More exquisite than any tumbling verse:
    A still new continent in which to dwell.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)