point of destination


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point of destination

[′pȯint əv ‚des·tə′nā·shən]
(navigation)
The point at which the final course from the point of departure ends, exclusive of the courses needed to reach a berth or runway.
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Customers who have never shipped goods, are often unaware of the technicalities involved in insurance and may not be guided properly by the freight forwarders and/or the insurance company who may result in under insurance or insurance, which is not to the point of destination from origin.
The declared point of destination was Dubai, United Arab Emirates, however we have evidence to support the fact its ultimate destination was Iran," Johnson said.
While McCall's roots are clearly in film and performance, we should not be too quick to take the point of origin as more significant or authentic than the point of destination.
Jabcast SJS guarantees absolute security of transmitted information from its point of origin to its point of destination, hiding the path and encrypting the sender's address from outside observation.
As I slowly descended to my point of destination, the pressure of my hands and the friction of the rubber grips did not seem to agree with each other's desired function, one hand more so than the other.
Never accept parcels or letters from strangers for delivery to persons at your point of destination.
The new Hong Kong hub will significantly improve reliability and voice quality of Net2Phone's services by reducing the latency associated with processing and terminating calls in regions other than their point of destination.
A statement from the Department said: "The new arrangements require importers to fax an application to the department's District Veterinary Office nearest the point of destination.
To counteract the weight loss and to ensure the target weight at the point of destination, it is often necessary to pack an excess weight of up to 30% of the product, with consequent economic loss.
Are you liable at the point of origin, or the point of destination, of a sale for example?