contact point

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con·tact ar·e·a

that part of the proximal surface of a tooth that touches the adjacent tooth mesially or distally.

contact point

The point on a tooth that touches an opposed tooth.
See also: point

con·tact point

(kontakt poynt)
Area of union or junction of surfaces that are not completely contiguous.
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Oscillation trajectories of the contact point obtained at the excitation frequency equal to 35400 Hz are given in Figs.
It was used to carry out modal frequency and harmonic response analysis and to calculate trajectories of contact point (Fig.
The contact point is for all residents of Birstall and the surrounding areas.
With more than 17 years of experience in contact center sales and the government markets, he will be a great asset to our continued success and growth," said James Hunt, president of Stroudwater Contact Point.
Pcso Giwisser said: Morrisons have been very supportive and we thank them for allowing us to use the store as a base for our contact point.
James Hunt, President of Stroudwater Contact Point said, "We are very pleased to have received this recognition from Rockwell FirstPoint Contact, manufacturer of the world's finest contact center technology.
Judith said: "Kirkburton and Denby Dale NPT hold a number of regular contact points in the area, and thanks to Armitages we can add another one to the list.
WT) announces today a complaint filed last year with the Canadian National Contact Point of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises against the Company has been withdrawn.
We're sure that this success will continue with PCSO Nalson's contact point.
The contact point was opened in the accident and emergency department of Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.