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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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Israr also hit seven times 8 pointers and made an aggregated total of 343 points.
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Food and Drug Administration (FDA) mandates a laser power limit of 5mW for visible hand-held laser pointers (equivalent to CDRH Class IIIa or IEC Class 3R).
The light pointer eliminates the need to manually search for each part, allowing the operator to pick faster.
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David Pointer narrows that focus and brings it back to our own doorsteps, where this insatiable hunger for land and resources began in the Indian Nations and now encompasses the world.
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You can change your pointer to everything from a baseball to a seashell.
Several other software adjustments had improved the alignment of the three computer-guided pointers for the ultraviolet instruments and had reduced one pointer's excessive light sensitivity, helping the ultraviolet trio to lock onto astronomical objects in unison.
Pointer Telocation, based in Israel, provides roadside assistance (RSA), towing, car replacement, stolen vehicle retrieval (SVR), fleet management and other value-added services to insurance companies and automobile owners in Israel, Argentina and Mexico.
International archer Umma Zahra of Army with her total points of 497 remained at third with six times 10 pointers, seven times 9 pointers and 7 times 8 pointer with 11 times 5-pointer.