Point Of Contact


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Point Of Contact

(networking)
(POC) An individual associated with a particular Internet entity (IP network, domain, ASN).
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I must iterate that I had this thought in the midst of my dreaming, and I take it as an evidence of the merging of my two personalities, as evidence of a point of contact between the two disassociated parts of me.
The heavy black brows followed the same law, saved from meeting only by an upward turn at what would otherwise have been the point of contact. Deeply sunken beneath these, glowed in the obscure light a pair of eyes of uncertain color, but obviously enough too small.
An interesting fact in the chemistry of international controversy is that at the point of contact of two patriotisms lead is precipitated in great quantities.
The idle- ness of a passenger, my isolation amongst all these men with whom I had no point of contact, the oily and lan- guid sea, the uniform somberness of the coast, seemed to keep me away from the truth of things, within the toil of a mournful and senseless delusion.
One may say in passing that, at this particular point of contact, the enemy were in superior force, and for once in a mood as aggressive as our own.
A spokesman for Locala Community Partnerships said: "We can confirm that it was extremely difficult to get through to our Single Point of Contact on Wednesday evening.
Action Fraud provides a single point of contact for reporting all fraud and joins up intelligence which leads to more targeted enforcement action.
A team of customer service advisors are trained to deal with 70% of calls at the first point of contact.
"It will provide the public with one point of contact to report that their property is flooded or flooding.
"It follows that it is not true that Sam Hammam was or is the sole point of contact that the club had with Langston."
LiquiCell Technologies' LiquiCell, an ultrathin, liquid interface technology, is designed to improve comfort over time at the point of contact between the resident's body and an object.