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bullet point

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(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) any of a number of items printed in a list, each after a centred dot, usually the most important points in a longer piece of text
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National Security Council staff members were advised the briefings should be no more than a single page and should include graphics, maps and bullet points.
MINDLY (iOS and Android, free with in-app purchases) MINDLY is a mind-mapping app allowing you to organise projects visually, rather than using text and bullet points which is more in tune with how you actually see them in your mind.
Rather than writing a narrative on each era, Tine uses bullet points to focus on the important facts.
The bookAEs reader-friendly color layout provides color organizational charts, process diagrams, bullet points, summary charts, and chapter-ending key points.
When we get a matchday team sheet from the manager, Gary Brabin, it comes with the second sheet with bullet points about the way he wants us to play.
They don't give any details of Plaid policies other than in a few bullet points, while the bulk content of the bi-lingual flyers is spent attacking their opponents.
Bullet points can be both your friend and your enemy.
But the bullet points are that a treacherous oaf called Lord Ashcroft spent PS8million funding the Tories, expected a top job in return and when Davie C didn't deliver, he resorted to vengeance involving a book, a sausage and a pig's head.
Top of the puzzles' list was the LinkedIn profile what to put on it what not to put on it when to edit it how much time to spend editing it first person or third person bullet points or paragraph formats etc.
Your resume, whether it's one page or two, should be written so that readers can quickly skim to find important information: no dense paragraphs, lengthy bullet points or wall-to-wall text.
Sometimes you might have the need for bullet points in a comment column in Microsoft Excel.
Tables, charts, illustrations, bullet points, and interesting graphics elucidate the ideas presented in the text.