cover point

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cover point

n
(Cricket) cricket
a. a fielding position in the covers
b. a fielder in this position
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German researcher Frauke Musial, PhD, said, "I believe that the most important thing we can do in training other people to conduct whole-systems research is to broaden the attention to cover points to which they were not trained to be attentive.
Throughout the game, player's objective is to move between cover points and destroy the enemy soldiers using various bows, arrows and different special moves, in order to keep the Medieval city safe.
They cover points, lines, and polygons; geographic data acquisition; virtual globes and geospatial health; geocoding and health; visualization and cartography; spatial overlays; spatial cluster analysis; methods for creating smoothed maps of disease burdens; geographic access to health services; location-allocation modeling for health services research in low-resource settings; and multi-level and hierarchical models for disease mapping.
It provides church leaders and volunteers with insights on the social media process, considering how Good News is spread, received, and disseminated, and each chapter concludes with 'thought bytes' to cover points beyond general social media discussion--such as if every church should establish a blog, and how to apply the principle of 'know thyself' when choosing a social media format.
You'll be guided between cover points in a sequence similar to Temple Run, dodging obstacles such as minefields.
And, surprisingly for a Kinect game, it often works a charm, with gestures consistently recognised, letting you toss enemies off cliffs and steering powers around enemy cover points.
Less than one year since its launch, Flydubai Cargo has grown its freight network to cover points across the world from Hong Kong to Bangladesh and the UK.
Dubai: Less than one year since its launch, flydubai Cargo has grown its freight network to cover points across the world from Hong Kong to Bangladesh and the UK.
Cover points in increasing order of importance to conclude on a strong note and leave your audience thinking.
Ask your customer how many cover points there might be in his home (or in a dark alley) where he could take advantage of the same principle if he was under fire.
As the back cover points out, this is the "most important new European travel account of seventeenth-century western Asia to be published in the last hundred years.
The incident clearly rattled Ponting, who would have been further irritated by the arrival of England fielding coach Trevor Penney - regarded as one the finest cover points in the game during an illustrious career with Warwickshire - on the field later on as a brief sub for Steve Harmison It rattled Ponting enough to issue a statement, perhaps aimed at avoiding potential punishment, saying: "I was very disappointed with my dismissal given it was at a crucial stage of the game and I had worked very hard to get to that position.