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piv·ot

(piv'ŏt),
A post on which something hinges or turns.

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pivot

(pĭv′ŭt)
In dentistry, a part used for attaching an artificial crown to the base of a natural tooth.

piv·ot

(piv'ŏt)
A post on which something hinges or turns.
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If the Close was above the Pivot Point, it will by a bullish day.
First, the X and Y start and finish values are half the pivot point value.
Pivot Point College blends traditional Chinese beauty therapy and holistic therapies such as herbal medicine and acupuncture with modern techniques.
A simple turn of the wrist allows you to steer through a wide arc," somewhat like a wheelbarrow turning sharply on one pivot point.
A 2-by-4-inch piece of scrap board measuring 8 inches long, for the top section that will serve as the pivot point where the two "ladders" hinge
One barely noticed the peeing, but the puking culminated a pivot point just before the raucous finale, in which the actors proclaimed, "We're free!
Improvements in ski bindings, particularly the installation of a pivot point toward the back of the boot and a quick-release mechanism to free the skier's foot during a fall, have led to the decline of skiing-related shin and ankle injuries.
Then breakpoint regression was used to estimate the pivot point and slope (Fig.
Catechin molecules ordinarily have two structural elements that bend around a pivot point. The result is that each element lies in a separate plane.
Skolimowski, director, regional logistics international for pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline, explained how her company uses London as a pivot point, consulting regional managers in a sequence that takes time differences into account.
The bat is assumed to be clamped in a hitting machine and is free to rotate in the plane of the paper about the pivot point.
We must shape a balance of power in the world that favors freedom so that from the pivot point of that balance we can lift up all people, protect our precious environment including dealing with global climate change, and defend and secure the freedoms of an ever-widening world of open and free trade, the rule of law, and respect for the rights of humanity and the dignity of life.