clutch point

clutch point

[′kləch ‚pȯint]
(computer science)
The moment in time at which the clutch is engaged in a peripheral device such as a card punch.
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And if they are learning on a manual shift, they often have to restart their cars as the engine shuts down when they miss their clutch point while trying to accelerate out of the U-turn.
Then at 9-8, credit to Somdev for playing a clutch point," said Sanam.
Katara Beach Volleyball Cup Raajiv Tripathi DOHA The lack of experience in handling clutch points at the highest level hurt Qatar's Cherif Younousse and Ahmed Tijan.
Sloan admitted the Swedes were the better team in the handful of clutch points in the three-hour match but like her skip was determined to focus on the positives.
Among clutch statistics, the difference in total clutch points won was the most strongly associated variable by far, having a relative influence of 87%, while clutch break points won had the second greatest influence (10%, Table 5).
Chan scored eight of his total in the fourth period counting a triple that made it 90-87 for the Painters, while Almazan held his own against the taller and beefier Slaughter with five clutch points in the payoff frame.
He has nine clutch points on four goals and five assists.
Peter June Simon got the Mixers back and running in the payoff period, but Mark Barroca finished the job with four clutch points in the final minute as San Mig Coffee locked the number two spot.
If any driver suspects that there might be a problem with their battery, simply bring it along to one of Delphi's Brake Safety Centres or Clutch Points, with branches all around the country, for an expert opinion.
But Shepherd Hill turned to Taylor Daniels and Ciara McKissick and both delivered clutch points down the stretch to thwart Shrewsbury's comeback and preserve a 49-45 win at Shepherd Hill.