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gros point

[′grō ‚pȯint]
(textiles)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Gros Point hooks handmade in China and India are doing very well for Trade Am, said Louis Raji, senior vice president of marketing and sales.
On n'est quand meme pas quelque part dans une commune d'Alger oE il y a un manque de dentistes ...Car sans Feghouli, il faut admettre que le coach Hallilhodzic posera un gros point d'interrogation sur un [beaucoup moins que]bel[beaucoup plus grand que] espace de son calepin en matiere d'enseignements concernant le rendement sur la parcelle de l'indiscutable titulaire Feghouli.
Gros point a trancher: la conclusion d'un accord sur la formation d'une instance de gouvernement transitoire dotee des pleins pouvoirs.
In other presentations and papers, Gros pointed out that churches in our day are responding to issues of human sexuality in a manner that is similar to how churches reacted to evolution theory in the 1920's.
"That would put under pressure the whole eurozone, that's why the common feeling is that Bulgaria will have to wait a few years before joining," Gros pointed out.