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far point

[¦fär ¦pȯint]
(optics)
The farthest point from an eye at which an object is distinctly seen; for a normal eye it is theoretically at infinity. Also known as punctum remotum.
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A newly organised blank check company, Far Point will pursue a merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganisation, or similar business combination with one or more businesses.
"Nonetheless, data available so far point to sizeably larger refining than production disruptions," they added.
"Trump's China policy hasn't taken a clear shape yet, although all the signs so far point to a combative approach," Yinhong said, according to (https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2017-02-09/trump-sends-letter-to-china-s-xi-seeks-constructive-relations) Bloomberg.
We found that, as the visibility decreases, the center of gravity of the driver's gaze gradually shifts from a far point to a close point.
Evidence collected so far point to the involvement of the Pakistanbased terror organisation Jaishe- Mohammed headed by Masood Azhar.
2016 may not be a record-breaking year for the housing business, but the numbers so far point to solid and steady growth.
Perimeter lighting draws the eye to a far point and makes the space appear much larger.
All indications thus far point to a hugely disappointing start to the current fiscal year.
Though much more time may be needed to identify the precise properties of the particle and whether it fully matched the Higgs boson model, the results achieved so far point to the marvels of science research once driven by theory, sound techniques and, above all, imagination which is, in the words of Albert Einstein, is more important than knowledge.
"There is no doubt that the evidence and studies completed so far point to the fact that the site is suitable and capable of accommodating a small scale wind farm of just five turbines."
There are reports in previous studies suggesting that when the dominant eye was closed in the Miles test, the shifting distance of the far point from focusing point in the horizontal plane was not similar for all subjects [7, 8].
Results from Saturday's election so far point towards a crushing defeat for the Muslim Brotherhood, and defeat in Benghazi, the cradle of last year's uprising against dictator Muammar Gaddafi, has added to NFA's dismal showing.