shot point


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shot point

[′shät ‚pȯint]
(engineering)
The point at which an explosion (such as in seismic prospecting) originates, generating vibrations in the ground.
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The former congresswoman was critically injured in January 2011 after she was shot point blank in the head during an event with constituents.
Ovando maintains he was handcuffed and then shot point blank in the head by Perez.
When their daughter was mugged and shot point blank by two men who had recently been released from prison on prior convictions in June 1992, Mike and Sharon Reynolds vowed not to let their daughter die in vain.
598 out of 700 shot point holes have been drilled and packed with dynamite.
Survey crews are presently on the property locating the seismic lines and shot point locations.
was shot point blank in the head by unknown assailants as she sat in her car in the Casino parking lot.
Since the report of last Thursday, 21 July 2011, BGP Seismic Corporation, Sino Gas's seismic contractor has completed the drilling of more than 8,000 shot points and has demobilized the drilling crew.
Sir Mark Prescott's 13-2 shot Points Of View got Sanders off to the best possible start in the opening 7f nursery.
They were all at decent prices too, with Sir Mark Prescott's 13-2 shot Points Of View making his presence felt in the opening Lingfield Park For Exhibitions Nursery Handicap.
The Wamsutter project involved recording approximately 7,200 shot points in a 28 square mile survey area.
The seams will represent the flight paths of your birds and the corners, the shot points.