point of support

point of support

The point on a member where its load is transmitted to a support.
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I did not cease to wonder at these ravines and precipices: when viewing the country from one of the knife- edged ridges, the point of support was so small, that the effect was nearly the same as it must be from a balloon.
Contract notice: Rental of a telescopic lift equipped with a "La Glacire" point of support point - col d'Evires - cerd De La Roche / Foron.
Based at Middlesbrough College, Logistics Academy North East (LANE) will provide a single point of support for employers in the freight, logistics and transport sectors.
The point of support is to help a team when it's down, whereas the modern tendency is to 'only sing when you're winning'.
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the Measurement System Must Provide the Ability to Work Both with Models with A Single Point of Support (Support with A Pillar) and with Models That Require Two Points of Support (Support Two-Pillar).