point-to-point


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point-to-point

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a. a steeplechase organized by a recognized hunt or other body, usually restricted to amateurs riding horses that have been regularly used in hunting
b. (as modifier): a point-to-point race

point-to-point

A communications path from one location to another (point A to point B). Contrast with multipoint.
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In the urban areas, the inflation on point-to-point basis was recorded 5.88 per cent in July, showing a rising trend from that of 5.78 per cent in June.
| Meanwhile, the Point-To-Point Authority has released its provisional fixture list for the 2019-20 season.
New round-trip point-to-point flights include University of Oregon at Auburn University, Louisiana State University at University of Texas, University of Alabama and University of South Carolina, University of Notre Dame at University of Georgia, Ohio State University at University of Nebraska - Lincoln, University of Alabama at Texas A&M University, University of Southern California at University of Notre Dame, University of Wisconsin at
The UV operators are suggesting that instead of enforcing the point-to-point requirement, which makes it an "express" service, the government can designate stops along specific routes.
WE HAVE had such fun in this sport over the years, but what has kept me involved and led me to so many roles in jump racing began when I was taken as a child to point-to-points in the West Country at Holnicote and Bratton Down.
Also, DPC must execute an undertaking that it will turn over to NPC-SPUG or Paleco those assets not considered dedicated point-to-point limited transmission facilities or perform small grid function.
Pendleton will now work closely with Roddick while continuing her regular visits to the Hill stable and she is expected to be in action at a point-to-point meeting this coming weekend.
Sprint is only available for point-to-point tracks, but should you wish you can take the challenge online."
The TCS WPPL systems provide Marines deployed in remote areas of the world with secure point-to-point and point-to-multipoint transmission of voice, video and data communications over terrestrial microwave radio links.
it offers a fixed-interest account, an annual point-to-point index account, and a capped two-year index point-to-point account.
Aer Lingus and oneworld confirmed yesterday that Ireland's flag carrier is leaving the alliance.The decision was approved at the airline's board meeting last week, concluding a process that began when former Aer Lingus boss Willie Walsh toyed with leaving the partnership as he began the transformation of the state-owned carrier from a network operator into a point-to-point LCC.
THE Flint & Denbigh Hunt's new point-to-point venue has attracted a record entry of horses.

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