Heart point

(Her.) the fess point. See Escutcheon.
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See also: Heart

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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So if 1,000 healthy people take a daily aspirin, approximately four will benefit from a heart point of view and a similar number will have a major bleed.
"We still have to make the right decisions from a head point of view rather than a heart point of view,'' he said.
"She's mentioned it because just from a spiritual point of view, from a heart point of view," Holland told public radio station WNYC.
From a heart point of view I would have loved to stay in the game and be playing in the Premiership right now.
Both Anger and The Managed Heart point to the twentieth-century work world's demand for emotional control.
Stitch the heart point to reinforce ti and stitch over the cording several times to secure it.
In people affected by dextrocardia, the tip of the heart points towards the right side of the chest instead of the left side.
Though my heart pointed me in that direction, my mind willed otherwise to specialise as a physician.
Later, experts would say a whitish film coating the heart pointed to a death from tuberculosis with complications from pericarditis.
For example, swiping left from the home screen shows you Google Fit, which now sports an overhauled screen that shows 'Move Minutes' and 'Heart Points' statistics.
"Google Fit will automatically detect these activities using your phone or watch sensors -- like the accelerometer and GPS -- to estimate the number of Heart Points you earn," Hollendoner said.
The new Google Fit comes with two new features: Move Minutes and Heart Points. Move Minutes is something that Wear OS and Android users will be able to earn when they do various activities throughout the day.