point count


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point′ count`


n.
1. a method of evaluating a bridge hand by assigning values to high cards and certain distributions.
2. the total of such points in a hand.
[1955–60]
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Key parameters that ESS captures, analyzes and displays include RSSI (Signal Strength), Interference, SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio), Strongest Access Point(s), Total Access Point Count, Signals at Channel and Data Rates.
We only have a small lead at the top of the table and with games against Belfast left, we have to make every point count.
Following receipt of the analytical results, Consultant shall prepare a report of findings which define the quantities of all asbestos-containing materials present within the structure, utilizing point count methodology where necessary, which must be removed prior to demolition.
No ban was imposed but magistrates warned him that one more offence would take his penalty point count to 12 and mean automatic disqualification.
Moreover, petrographic point count data indicates quartz-rich plutonic, upper and middle rank gneisses parent rocks for the Datta Formation.
Total myalgia score (TMS), which represented the severity of the clinical symptoms, was calculated by summing up total tender point count (TPC) and the tenderness score for each point, as determined on a 4-point scale (0= no tenderness, 1= mild tenderness, 2= moderate tenderness with grimace, 3= severe tenderness with flinch).
In 2015, digital recordings were taken at each point count.
A field evaluation of distance measurement error in auditory avian point count surveys.
With just eight points the difference between third and fifth it's very tight making every point count and with Cleckheaton expected to win at home to Huddersfield YMCA this is a must-win game for us," admitted director of rugby Jan Van Deventer.
Each point count consisted of an initial 10-min observation period, during which the number and sex of bronzed cowbirds were recorded, as well as their distance from the point.
Objective: To examine the factors associated with fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) tender point count (TPC) in a group of Hispanic patients from Puerto Rico.
Point count locations were established within grassland habitats by examining aerial photos of each study site in a Geographic Information System.