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corresponding point

The point in the retina of each eye that, when stimulated simultaneously, results in a single visual sensation.
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Corresponding Point on Years of Experience = CPOYOE (ranges from +5 for each year)
err]), these points are corresponding points and allocated to set M (one query point corresponds with only one vault point and vice versa).
We assume that the coordinate (s, t) of corresponding point of each rectangle is fixed; for example, the coordinate (s, t) = (1/2, 1/2) for Figure 5 and the coordinate (s, t) = (1, 1) for Figure 6.
2](t)) to each of the state classes at the corresponding point belonging to the intersection region [B.
Some bullets are longer, and, if they are all seated to give a cartridge overall length that will fit into the magazine box, then the distance between this point on the bullet and the corresponding point within the throat, is usually referred to as "jump.
4] obtained by searching graphics C, D, and take the corresponding point of intersection as four vertices [p.
When approaching the surface of the magnets, the difference between the value measured and the value read from the graph at the corresponding point increased.
Starting from a fixed point, locate the corresponding point on the curve y = F(x).
The C" in the remaining dyad is the corresponding point C whose coordinate is the same as point C' of the four-bar mechanism.
The authors concluded that in patients with serious coronary heart disease that was treated with clopidogrel, concurrent PPI use was associated with reduced hospitalizations for gastroduodenal bleeding, and the corresponding point estimate for serious cardiovascular disease was not increased.
1] [contains] x, there must be a corresponding point [pi] = 2[alpha] - x, x and [pi] are symmetric on [alpha].
As mentioned earlier, a command center in Austin, was made possible a point person at the company's Connecticut headquarters and a corresponding point person in the field.