But there is a simple point
of view in which this matter may be placed that must be altogether satisfactory.
I would like to make some purely agnostic observations on Brexit, which I think may contain a simple point
that has been largely overlooked.
It is sad to see such a wide cross section of civil society from the region having to come out on the roads in such large numbers, for a prolonged period of time, to make a very simple point
Participants are requested to bring a capturing device ( a mobile or a simple point
and shoot camera).
"With our study, candidate Planet Nine is now more than a simple point
mass; it takes shape, having physical properties," Mordasini said.
"My simple point
is: let's wait and see what the deal is...
Why can't the Afghan authorities understand this simple point
? While the need for mining is essential for the Afghan economy, perhaps the government should at least wait for a couple of years till the artifacts that can be saved are preserved by experts.
No one in Scotland can like being treated like children, such as when former UK chancellors imply that the Scots are too stupid to understand the full implications of the debate over the currency and national debt, but add that the simple point
is an independent Scotland certainly cannot use the pound sterling.
A new test based on a simple point
system may help identify increased dementia risk in older individuals with type 2 diabetes.
More often, though, the simple point
is because sex/nudity is one of the perceived bonuses of paying for premium services.
The countdown system will do nothing to reduce amber and red line jumpers, no matter how well it works in disciplined localities where police and municipal authorities do actually enforce the law - the simple point
which you apparently fail to understand.
They are made and sold from Simple Point
stations, billed as the world's smallest and most efficient fast food equipment.