adherent point

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adherent point

[ad¦hir·ənt ′pȯint]
(mathematics)
For a set in a topological space, a point that is either a member of the set or an accumulation point of the set.
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Ashghal will also construct a U-turn at the point of closure on the service road to allow residents and users of the local roads to reach Uhud Street and follow the diverted route to exit to Al Beday Street.
We heard that it was on the point of closure but never expected it to be so desolate.
Jane Erlank, manager, at the Academy@Almondbury in Southfield Road, Huddersfield, "When the nursery was taken over by new owners in May the nursery was on the point of closure by Ofsted but team of staff was brought in and within six months we proudly achieved an Ofsted Outstanding.
Following the deal, Singh pumped money into the carrier and revived the airline from the point of closure.
Even at the point of closure, we never gave up on the children.
Up to the point of closure on Sunday, approximately 726 Palestinians crossed into Palestine and 595 crossed into Egypt.
These can be broadly classified into concerns about achieving some level of justice, a point of closure, and also receiving adequate and appropriate compensation, and without one or all of these, many victims will be left feeling unsatisfied, and some may be more seriously affected.
Early on, Griffa recognized the need "to stop just a moment before completion," to "avoid the final point of closure that suddenly puts the work into the past.
The emotionally charged ceremony was seen as a point of closure for many who have mourned lost loved ones for a decade.
The foundation says at the point of closure there will be no disabled children in the nursery.
As for the point of closure, there is also another nineteenth century that ends not in 1870, with the birth of the Third Republic, but as late as 1914.
Never again will they be driven recklessly to the point of closure and they take no delight when they look across the Glasgowskyline to the plight of those Holy Willies at Ibrox.