level point

level point

[′lev·əl ‚pȯint]
(mechanics)
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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.
A new single-point controller is added to the family, which includes a time delay function to allow for filling or emptying of a tank with a single level point.
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.
They are now on level points with secondplace Northwich who still have to come to the Merseyside club, although the Cheshire side do have a game in hand.
It has put Burnley on level points with Arsenal going into today's showdown at Turf Moor and Wenger claims it will be just as much of a challenge as last weekend's North London derby.
The current level points to a further acceleration of growth towards two per cent.
The Reds sit third in the Premier League table but are level points with leaders Manchester City.
In the Sellars, Barkisland, Almondbury Wes and Hall Bower started final games on level points in Area 15B but Barkisland's victory over Golcar guarenteed them the title at least on head-to-head.
Michael Jones was the third Ormesby Hopes B team player who finished on level points, while James Dale produced the best performance for the A team gaining eight points overall.