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pow·er point

in dentistry, the vertical dimension at which the greatest masticatory force may be registered.

pow·er point

(powĕr poynt)
In dentistry, vertical dimension at which greatest masticatory force may be registered.
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With only a single 5-shot group for comparison, an additional four groups might well have shown equivalent accuracy average for the Power Point.
The hollow-point cavity of the Power Point bullets is a deep, typically tear-drop shaped cavity.
2 -- 3) Skyblue Mesa Elementary students, from left, Katie Dillon, 9; Paul Estrada, 10; and Jordan Welty, 10, work with a Power Point computer program for their California-mission assignment.
Shop online or in-store as normal and automatically earn free Power Points.
Manage and redeem points through the easy-to-use Power Points website.
The NFB will campaign vigorously to stop any power points being placed on pavements; these should be fitted in car parks only.
Pre Qualification: Providing Power Points For New Monitors, Ventilators Etc.
What we are is a little bit of information technology wrapped around a whole bunch of marketing," says Darryl Buck, a well-known local entrepreneur and president of Community Power Points Corp.
The pounds 50,000 project will involve underground cable being laid from Smithford Way through Market Way to Shelton Square, to provide 19 power points inside bollards.
The second tiebreaker is power points, with victories against higher-placed teams given more weight than those against poorer teams.
The cab has a small glove box, big door bins, five cup-holders and two power points - one's a working cigar lighter.
The cab heater would blow warm air into the box as desired, and the truck would have 12-volt power points and a 115-volt external outlet built into the pickup bed.