agreed point


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agreed point

A predetermined point on the ground, identifiable from the air, and used when aircraft assist in fire adjustment.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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She narrated that she could see her husband's vehicle in the side mirror and when she stopped at the agreed point, she heard heavy shooting behind her.
So Trump got seven or a D Then, there is a qualifier in the agreed point: 'Reaffirming the April 27, 2018, Panmunjeom Declaration hellip;' U.
The Chief Minister appreciated his team for formalizing the agreed point of the agreement.
Upon approaching the mutually agreed point, they were fired upon due to which two soldiers of Pakistan Rangers embraced Shahadat.
Or maybe keep two points for abandoned games that reach half way, with one point each if the game doesn't start or doesn't reach an agreed point?
People with these viewpoints are talking about the same thing, but they are using very different language, which can make it difficult to come to a mutually agreed point of view."
"You used to have to phone from an agreed point at a certain time, but apart from that, you were alone.
At the other extreme is DDP, short for delivered duty paid, whereby the exporter quotes a price that covers all costs, including paying duties and clearing customs, associated with delivering the goods to an agreed point of delivery in the buyers' country.
Upon closer inspection, the concept of the canon can be seen to involve some quite complex relations between distinct ideas of the pantheon of great writers, the classic works of literary art, and the syllabus of approved classroom texts; and it is not easy, in the heated debates that 'the canon' provokes, to disentangle these meanings into an agreed point of reference.
The Consortium shall enter into Gas Transportation Agreement with two utility companies for the transmission of this gas through their existing main-lines from the agreed point of entry to the designated point of delivery under the Third Party Access Rules, 2011 and pay the tolling fee as determined by the OGRA under the said rules.
"It's important for children and families to realise that although we put in a certain amount of support that they need and that my journey will come to an end at an agreed point, the door is never really shut.