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contact point

1. In land warfare, a point on the terrain, easily identifiable, where two or more units are required to make contact.
2. In air operations, the position at which a mission leader makes radio contact with an air control agency.
3. (DOD only) In evasion and recovery operations, a location where an evader can establish contact with friendly forces. Also called CP. See also checkpoint; control point; coordinating point.
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The Council of Ministers, by postponing for weeks the discussion on the NCP, has missed an important opportunity to set up the National Contact Point.
The EBA decided to retain the proposed criteria for determining when the appointment of a central contact point is appropriate.
The absolute best and most repeatable string-to-face contact point I've found is to very lightly touch the string to the tip of your nose.
The trajectory of the contact point (B) of the standard wheelset flange looks like an elongated cycloid (Fig.
The Armed Forces Fun Day event was organised by the Veterans Contact Point (VCP) in partnership with the Nepalese Community of Nuneaton, who, to mark 200 years of Gurkha services with the British Army, had turned a section of the display ground into a replica of a small Nepalese village.
It is unclear why they have come up with the flag of the LTTE as the Tamil Language contact point andAsian Tribune is also waiting like others for the explanation from UK's Met Police for the reason behind installing LTTE flag as the Tamil Language contact Point.
Clr Cahal Burke said: "The contact point room will provide a much-needed facility for members of the public who are visiting the shopping complex to report a crime in person.
measured from contact point to contact point (mesiodistal width of maxillary central incisors (R & L) 8.70+0.53 & 8.71+0.53 respectively, maxillary lateral incisors (R & L) 7.00+0.62 & 7.04+0.66 respectively and maxillary anine (R & L) 7.84+0.51 & 7.82+0.51) and measured from mesio-labio-incisal point angle to disto-labio-incisal point angle (mesiodistal width of maxillary central incisors (R & L) 8.10+0.52 and 8.10+0.53 respectively, maxillary lateral incisors (R & L) 6.46+0.61 & 6.53+0.62 respectively and maxillary canine (R & L) 6.97+0.48 & 6.95+0.52) respectively was established as an aid for appropriate diagnosis and treatment out come in different domains of dentistry.
Ozugergin, speaking at a weekly news conference, said Turkish embassy would act as the NATO contact point noting that a separate representation for matters related to NATO would not be established in the embassy.
Moreover, the contact point may generate heat and the solder on the backside of the contact point may melt and drop on the driver's feet, causing a burn, it said.
Instead of a single contact point, the new TripleSeal[TM] door gasket has three sealing points--an outer "bulb" that seals against the outer door frame; a center contact point that seals on the center of the recess; and a large third sealing point that seals between the door pan radius and the door frame inner radius.