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pointer

/point·er/ (point´er) contusion at a bony eminence.
hip pointer  a contusion of the bone of the iliac crest, or avulsion of muscle attachments at the iliac crest.

Pointer

a medium-sized, lean gun dog with long neck, pendulous ears, and long pointed tail. The coat is short and fine in solid color or white with lemon, black, liver or orange patches or ticks. Called also English pointer.

Hungarian Pointer
see vizsla.
Italian Pointer

pointer

an injury such as a contusion or avulsion of muscle attachments at a bony prominence.
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The redirection program could reclaim about $750,000 annually in use taxes for the city, she said.
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The first time the client sent her rewritten and redesigned resume, she landed a good-paying job in her field - exactly the type of redirection CASE founders hoped to effect.
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