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convergence point

1. The point to which rays of light converge.
2. The closest point to the patient on which the eyes can converge as the object is moved closer and closer.
See also: point
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The researchers report that at the molecular level Sub1A serves as a convergence point between submergence and drought response pathways, allowing rice plants to survive and re-grow after both extremes of precipitation.
We are highly pleased to be one of the gold sponsors of this event, and this constitutes an important convergence point providing us with an opportunity to benefit from the expertise available and interact with it,' he added.
The issue has legal and documentation implications but must be studied by Shari'ah scholars in order to safeguard the rights that holders have perceived at the time of issuance of the Sukuk as well as issues such concerning fair risk and reward in the case of Musharaka and Mudaraba Sukuk (refer Sheikh Taqi Usmani's ruling), needs to be looked at from a convergence point of view.
Winnipeg has inherent advantages of being situated in the centre of North America and at the convergence point of three major Class 1 railroads.
The convergence point, that is, where the left/right camera lens axes intersect, defines the screen plane in a scene," said renowned cinematographer Barry Braverman in a 3D workshop held recently in Singapore by Panasonic.
They will serve as a convergence point for the world's cultures while being based firmly in the Emirate's own heritage and establish Abu Dhabi as a destination of international standing, enriching Abu Dhabi's people by creating educational opportunities for generations to come, stated H.
It serves as a convergence point for national and international companies to explore business opportunities in Pakistan.
With market data, there is a convergence point where a snapshot of the market can be captured and validated for downstream applications.
Expressing surprise at what he called the "deafening silence of the international community" toward Israel's policies in Al-Quds, OIC Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu appealed to the world to preserve Jerusalem (which is also referred to as Al-Quds) as the convergence point of the world's three monotheistic religions.
as a convergence point for all of the great ingenuity in the world, noting that the country, due to its mix of cultures, has produced more innovations that have benefited mankind than any other nation.
CoSine's DNA application, enabled by CoSine's recently announced IPSG+ service processing module, helps service providers consolidate end user traffic at the network aggregation layer, the convergence point for large volumes of DSL traffic.
The first new system, the pneumatic muscle actuator, is a silicone tube reinforced with a braided Vectran[R] fiber that is inserted between the cargo slings and the parachute convergence point.

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