point-to-point


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point-to-point

n
(Horse Racing)
a. a steeplechase organized by a recognized hunt or other body, usually restricted to amateurs riding horses that have been regularly used in hunting
b. (as modifier): a point-to-point race.
adj
1. (of a route) from one place to the next
2. (Telecommunications) (of a radiocommunication link) from one point to another, rather than broadcast
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point-to-point

n (also point-to-point race)Geländejagdrennen nt
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Chesnut Annie has now won 34 point-to-points and two hunter chases while Myfanwy Miles' Lady Myfanwy has a total of 28 point-to-point wins and four hunter chase wins and is "A real favourite and a credit to connections.
To have the sale coincide with one of Ireland's premier point-to-point meetings will provide the showcase for vendors and will be a great attraction for potential buyers, as will the sale's proximity to the Punchestown festival.
The series offers annual point-to-point, monthly average and monthly cap crediting methods linked to the 500 Index.
SAS offers many features not found in today's mainstream storage solutions such as drive addressability for up to 16,256 devices and reliable point-to-point serial connections (at first generation speeds) of up to 3.
Pessimists predict that up to half the UK's regular point-to-point meets will be lost once the hunting ban starts to bite.
They enable any provider to efficiently and cost-effectively offer value-added services via a variety of optimized topologies including Point-to-Point, Daisy Chain and Add/Drop configurations--a key competitive differentiator.
February 16 - College Valley point-to-point - pulled up;
Newton Abbot managing director Pat Masterson said: 'The racecourse enjoys a tremendously valuable relationship with the world of point-to-point and hunter chasing.
SAN DIEGO -- StratEdge, leader in the design and production of semiconductor packages for microwave, millimeter wave, and high speed digital devices, announces the release of its SMX Series surface mount DC to 18 Gigahertz (GHz) packages for test and measurement, VSAT, point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, and WiMax applications.
She's even had an award named after her and during her time in office has picked up a number of awards herself including the Weatherbys industry award in 2002 and the National Point-to-Point Ball committee award for her work in point-to-pointing in 1994.
Also successful at Loughbrickland on Saturday was According To Dick, who won division two of the five-year-old maiden point-to-point over 3m.
LIBRA 5800's flexible and scalable design supports both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint applications, and can be configured with either an integrated antenna or an external antenna.

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