central point


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central point

[′sen·trəl ′pȯint]
(mathematics)
For a fixed ruling L on a ruled surface, the limiting position, as a variable ruling L ′ approaches L, of the foot on L of the common perpendicular to L and L ′.
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Central Point police said that another person was at the residence when they arrived and that a person of interest has been identified.
We need this building to stay as a police station, it's a central point and people know where to go at the time of need.
So his increasingly shrill campaign to paint himself as the victim, a political martyr to the Tory cause, an innocent power broker stitched up in the mother of all conspiracies, is missing the central point.
People's Bank of Commerce (OTCBB: PBCO), which operates from a main office in Medford with branch offices in Ashland and Central Point, Oregon, has said that it has declared a 5 percent stock dividend.
Stroke patients who need emergency care should be taken to the nearest certified primary stroke center, which acts as a central point for stroke treatment, according to recommendations from the Brain Attack Coalition (BAC), a group representing medical, scientific, nonprofit and government leaders in the field of stroke.
Donations of clothes and money were quickly received and sorted and soon the boxes, along with a photograph of the Junior Church members, will be taken to a central point from where they will be taken to Rumania in September.
He also suggested strengthening relations with Haiti and channeling aid programs through the DR so that it may become the central point for governance in the Caribbean.
Mesarites noted that the whole plan will be coordinated by a central point in the areas of Famagusta which are under the control of the government and will be controlled by a central point in Nicosia.
This single interface is the central point for set-up and article management for both technologies, helping reduce possible operator errors, avoid repetition and ensure faster production changeover.
Originating from a central point in Henry, LA, the 212 miles of intrastate pipelines extend westward to Lake Charles, northward to Breaux Bridge in St.
"Human and social development is the central point of all policies and projects King Abdullah has been putting forward," said General Supervisor of the King Abdulaziz Public Library Faisal bin Abdul Rahman Muammar in an earlier statement to the Saudi Press Agency.
The stations provide two central points connected by a hub, rather than the previous single central point which had become so congested.

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