piercing point

piercing point

[′pirs·iŋ ‚pȯint]
(computer science)
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Graymon Knives unveils this well-balanced Kordofan Fighter (named for the war-torn region of Kordofon, Sudan) which makes on excellent field/survival tool with its wide recurve and piercing point. It's a full 1/4" thick, made from tough 1095 steel, and coated with KG GunKate, so you can be sure it can take plenty of abuse.
Lesley Thoms, 19, was one of the 63 customers of The Piercing Point who need tests for hepatitis B and C, as well as HIV.
Piercing Point was opened by former engineer Haining in September 2002.
Health officials have written to 63 people who had tattoos and body piercings at The Piercing Point in Dundee amid fears they could have contracted the HIV virus.
The alarm was raised when environmental health officers found blood in a jar of ointment at The Piercing Point in Dundee.
Clients of The Piercing Point, in Hilltown, are being offered checks for hepatitis B and C, as well as HIV.
Haining was sole owner of The Piercing Point - forced to close after just 10 months - and the only employee.
Topics include the slip rate over time, the course of the fault, the offset Nacimiento fault and its piercing points, tectonic reconstructions, regional problems and intra-Salinian deformation.
Equally important, they provide a trend and thus directional information, as well as potentially precise piercing points (Park et al., 1995; Buchan and Ernst, 1997).
5) that satisfies the specific requirements of precise piercing points.