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vital point

As used in air defense terminology, it is the designated point or a small installation to be defended by air defense units.
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Al Nasr, meanwhile, fought their way back for a decisive 2-2 draw to rescue a vital point against the visiting Clarets from the capital.
Then, on 81 minutes keeper Dimitrios Konstantopoulos made a howler on his debut as he dropped Kyel Reid's cross over the line to give Wolves a vital point.
JOHN W Gray misses one vital point when he vilifies Margaret Thatcher over the miners' strike (Voice of the North, March 16).
It was Steven Tiley, the 22year-old from Kent, who secured the vital point when he crushed Florian Fritsch 6 and 4 in the bottom single
Looking merely for a laugh, Jay Leno made a vital point. But the Constitution, though routinely circumvented or ignored, still stands.
BRENTFORD salvaged a vital point in their fight to avoid the drop, but they had to work for it in a tense derby clash.
But Salisbury kept their heads up and found an equaliser in the last five minutes to grab a vital point with a final score of 1-1.
OSWESTRY cast aside the memory of last season's humiliating 11-0 defeat at Stebonheath Park, to earn a vital point in the quest for League of Wales survival.
Wycombe: Bournemouth took a vital point from the 4-6 Chairboys.
The other very vital point about our transition defense is that by filling the passing lanes and picking up the attackers before they reach midcourt, we can prevent them from settling into their favorite spots and shooting 3-pointers.
They bickered on the pitch but even though the Seasiders picked up a vital point, that was not the end of the argument.
This vital point was omitted and the knowledgeable rail enthusiasts must have wondered what I was on about.