cardinal point


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cardinal point

1. Any of six points determining the direction of light rays emerging from and entering the eye. See: nodal point; principal point
2. Capuron point.
See also: point
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Only after the student is proficient in using cardinal point directions do we introduce a Braille compass.
Upon purchase of the property, Cardinal Point developed a plan to demolish one of the two vacant 32,000 square foot buildings in order to improve the project from four parking spaces per 1000 square feet to 7.
David Mullins, managing director for Hartlepool-based Yuill Homes, said: "Yuill Homes is proud to have worked in partnership with Four Housing Group, Northumberland County Council and the HCA on such an important rural housing development as Cardinal Point.
According to the sources, South Korea countered Japan's move involving Torishima, saying Torishima is a ''rock'' and as such, cannot be considered a cardinal point for EEZ.
Therefore, Jupiter the planet at the cardinal's cardinal point at his birth, which promoted him to the College of Cardinals at the age of fourteen, was probably critical to the cardinal's inclusion of Jupiter in this vault.
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HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, Cardinal Point Management to secure the five-year, fixed-rate loan through a national life insurance company.
a L'Oreal USA subsidiary, that distributes professional salon products, has leased a substantial portion of the office space at Cardinal Point at Gateway at 10101 MLK Street N.
Cardinal Point, situated just off Longbeach Drive, received a pounds 555,000 grant from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to tackle the lack of affordable housing in the area.
Moreover, some scholars warn of the danger in using Dokdo instead of Ullung-do as the cardinal point in demarcating an EEZ.
South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quoted Suh Choo Suk, senior presidential secretary for national security, as saying on June 5 that South Korea has ''no choice'' but to propose Dokdo as a cardinal point.