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flashpoint

The temperature at which a substance, such as a fuel oil, will give off a vapor that will flash or burn momentarily when ignited.
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If you allow flexibility, you do not get your flashpoints at 11pm, and 2am or 3am.
When clients need basic information, yet don't have the luxury of the time or moreover, budget, to invest in more in-depth large-scale quantitative research, FlashPoints delivers," said Maureen McLaughlin, chief marketing officer of GfK Healthcare.
Our clients are thrilled with this addition," said Charlene Prounis, managing partner of Flashpoint Medica.
Noting that Flashpoint has always embraced the innovative methods of digital communication, the company's other two principal officers, Risa Bernstein, co-president and managing partner, and Helen Appelbaum, chief operating officer, concurred that digital technology offers virtually limitless opportunities for improving communications among all audiences involved in healthcare.
By associating your Flashpoint API key within PassiveTotal, analysts will immediately have Flashpoint's vast repository of Deep & Dark Web data readily available while conducting threat infrastructure analysis.
Flashpoint is backed by TechOperators, Greycroft Partners, K2 Intelligence, Bloomberg Beta, and Cisco Investments.
I'm also excited to team up with Kevin and Project Flashpoint to support HLLC and the innovative thinking that goes into their many successful initiatives and fundraising campaigns that help to both educate and raise awareness in their community.
Kevin Carvell is the Emmy[R] and Peabody award-winning president of Flashpoint Studios Entertainment and founder of Project Flashpoint.
Omnicom was also interested in the concept behind Flashpoint, which is based on the idea that there are moments in every brand's life when the timing is right, interests converge and connections are made.
The critical juncture is the moment in time -- the flashpoint -- when doctor and patient interact.