level point

level point

[′lev·əl ‚pȯint]
(mechanics)
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Champions will be determined in a final, if it ended with draw, based on league level point achievements.
"We trained once this week because we knew from a fitness level point of view, on a physical basis, we were fine.
DIG of NDRF, SS Guleria, said, "water level point is receding.
"We have reached a desirable level point and are now self-sufficient in production of steel plates needed by our shipyard industry," Vice-Chairman of the Iranian parliament's Economic Commission Mostafa Motavarzadeh told FNA on Tuesday, adding that the plates are produced in Iran's steel complexes.
Maldives is vulnerable only from mean sea level point of view; Bangladesh is also vulnerable only from mean sea level point of view.
The total average A level point score per student rose 2.1 points on last year from 234.2 to 236.3.
Ormesby are currently on level points with Urban at the top of the table.
The result saw the George Owoko's charges ,37 points on the log, narrow their gap with Wazito to just one point, while second placed Ushuru beat Modern Coast Rangers 3-0 top level points with leaders Wazito who have 38 points from 17 matches.Former international Paul Kiongera scored twice in the 23rd and 48th minutes before Alex Sunga added the third four minutes to time.
Anything above 50 indicates expansion and August's level points to quarterly economic growth of around 0.4 percent, in line with the second-quarter outcome.
The result still sees Wymeswold in second place in the table, on level points with East Bridgford in third place, who have a game in hand.
In a match characterised by bizarre officiating and physical might by either sides, Tusker had the last laugh disarming the soldiers who were aiming to move to the second place as well as level points with Sofapaka.
The Hornets had the opportunity to go back on level points after Celtic's game at Harton and Westoe succumbed to the bad weather.