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bullet point

n
(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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Other pedagogical features are bullet points and b&w cartoons, charts, and diagrams.
Use bullet points instead of paragraphs, and use a clear typeface such as Arial or Calibri with a font size of 10 or 11.
In his book, TED Talk's Chris Andersen said, 'Those classic Power Point slide decks with a headline followed by multiple bullet points of long phrases are the surest single way to lose an audience's attention altogether.' That's why TED Talks doesn't allow bullet points on slides.
The only thing he did was to bring with him some bullet points and discuss them in real-time.
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.
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.
And the occasional bullet points and short chapter summaries help clarify the advice.