key point


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key point

A concentrated site or installation, the destruction or capture of which would seriously affect the war effort or the success of operations.
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Due to its critical importance to the National Grid in providing sustainability of electricity supply and limiting load shedding, it is imperative for the safety and security of the asset that it be declared a National Key Point as defined by the National Key Points Act.
Support each key point with no more than three subpoints (arguments, explanations, or examples).
In summary, the key points of the arguments of Nathan Sivin and the author of this article, are the following:
The review of the Act will include a public consultation process which will commence in early 2014 and will culminate in the tabling of the list of all National Key Points at the Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence.
This (eighth) round brought us much closer to finding full consensus, and the draft provisions on key points of an enhanced defence cooperation will be submitted to (President Benigno Aquino III) for his review," Philippine panel head, Defence Undersecretary Pio Lorenzo Batino said in a statement.
UK) identify 100 key points in using an integrative approach to therapy.
There are a lot of key points squeezed into this program.
So he has compiled the key points of his initial meetings with patients in a three-DVD series, ``Rey's Anatomy,'' available individually or as a set at www.
Don't expect an enumeration of author Haneberg's key points here.
These notes give specific prompts as to when and where students should record key points from a lecture, thus providing an effective antecedent for evoking desired behavior.
It provides retailers' customers with swipe cards and they earn four Key Points for every 1 [pounds sterling] spent.
The key points that seem to concern the Service are external comparisons and non-formula-driven incentive plans.