vital point


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vital point

As used in air defense terminology, it is the designated point or a small installation to be defended by air defense units.
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Wycombe: Bournemouth took a vital point from the 4-6 Chairboys.
The other very vital point about our transition defense is that by filling the passing lanes and picking up the attackers before they reach midcourt, we can prevent them from settling into their favorite spots and shooting 3-pointers.
They bickered on the pitch but even though the Seasiders picked up a vital point, that was not the end of the argument.
BRENTFORD salvaged a vital point in their fight to avoid the drop, but they had to work for it in a tense derby clash.
Paul Haddaway headed home a Will Tranter free-kick two minutes into added on time to secure a vital point for Chasetown in their battle to climb away from the relegation zone.
1 STENNY boss John Coughlin told star man Stevie Murray to go out and make a name for himself - and the midfielder duly delivered by snatching his side a vital point.
Chelsea rode their luck to claim a vital point which kept them top of Group B.
ANDREW BARROWMAN earned 10-man Walsall a vital point.
But Salisbury kept their heads up and found an equaliser in the last five minutes to grab a vital point with a final score of 1-1.
Kyle MacLean put Clach back in front in 79 minutes but Paul Urquhart netted with a penalty to secure a vital point four minutes from time.
But the crown green sport knows no such thing and Horsfield got the vital point at the last exciting moment of a thriller which both players deserved to win and neither deserved to lose.