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piv·ot

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

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pivot

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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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Support and resistance levels are then calculated off the pivot point like so:
Step 5: From these four 3-inch off-center pivot point marks, measure the length to the outside of the base frame.
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.
Additionally, character studio 3 incorporates a fast, intuitive way to specify up to six different animatable pivot points on a character's hands and feet.
CHAPTER 2 Pivot Point Analysis, Filtering Methods, and Moving Averages.
In 1998, he developed his own proprietary trading system and began publishing The Bottom-Line Financial and Futures Newsletter, a weekly commodity publication that incorporates fundamental developments as well as technical analysis that includes the data from his trading system, using pivot points combined with candlesticks.
The EasyStand Evolv's lifting design mimics the body's natural pivot points, minimizing shear.
Designed for installations that require additional flexibility, the SA730 and SA740 feature a three-pivot-point arm, while the SAL730 is Peerless' most versatile option with four pivot points.
Designed for installations that require additional flexibility, the SA730 and SA740 feature a two-pivot-point arm, while the SAL730 is Peerless' longest (18") and most versatile option with four pivot points.
It features Jerr-Dan's exclusive No-Lube(TM) system, which includes major pivot points and wear pads that are lubed-for-life.