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or end point  (ĕnd′point′)
1. Either of two points marking the end of a line segment.
2. Chemistry The point in a titration at which no more titrant should be added. It is determined, for example, by a color change in an indicator or by the appearance of a precipitate.
3. A tip or point of termination.

end point



1. (Chemistry) chem the point at which a titration is complete, usually marked by a change in colour of an indicator
2. the point at which anything is complete

end′ point`

1. a final goal.
2. the point in a titration usu. noting the completion of a chemical reaction and marked by some change, as in the color of an indicator.



n. Math.
the point on each side of an interval marking its extremity on that side. Also, end point.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.end point - a place where something ends or is completeend point - a place where something ends or is complete
end, terminal - either extremity of something that has length; "the end of the pier"; "she knotted the end of the thread"; "they rode to the end of the line"; "the terminals of the anterior arches of the fornix"
2.end point - the final point in a processend point - the final point in a process  
degree, stage, level, point - a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process; "a remarkable degree of frankness"; "at what stage are the social sciences?"
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When it is arrived at D, let the stone be turned upon its axle, till its attracting end points towards E, and then the island will be carried obliquely towards E; where, if the stone be again turned upon its axle till it stands in the position E F, with its repelling point downwards, the island will rise obliquely towards F, where, by directing the attracting end towards G, the island may be carried to G, and from G to H, by turning the stone, so as to make its repelling extremity to point directly downward.
The 2012 FDA Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA) created new opportunities to use surrogate end points to bring new therapies to patients with rare diseases in an expedited manner.
Looking forward, SS will begin to have more of a place in creating effective end points, however vendors and analysts believe we're far off replacing end points with a service entirely based in the cloud.
lt;p>The extensive use of removable storage devices and file sharing applications makes end points the most vulnerable areas with research statistics showing more than 50% data loss incidents originating at end points.
When evaluating combined end points in general, it is important to consider these questions: a) are the component end points of similar importance, b) did the more important and less important end points occur with similar frequency, c) do the component end points have similar risk reductions, d) is the underlying biology of the component end points similar, and e) are the point estimates of the risk reduction similar with narrow confidence intervals?
Squeezing the latency from Ethernet has meant efforts by both the standards bodies and by vendors that have attacked both the network end points and the interconnect switch.
For more complex end points, the development of alternatives has been a daunting task.
The analyses used changes in either the Mania Rating Scale or the Young Mania Rating Scale as end points.
Additionally, the 3GPP has defined SIP as the standard for supporting 3G wireless end points.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Neocleus, a software pioneer leveraging its revolutionary approach to end point virtualization to transform the way end points operate, will address attendees at the Dow Jones VentureOne Summit 2008, Feb.
For every 10-mm Hg increase in ambulatory systolic blood pressure at baseline, the relative risk for these three end points combined (cardiovascular death, ischemic heart disease, and stroke) increased by 35%.
Although, on the face of it, this may seem like a reasonable way to inject rigor into a complicated process, placing overly strict limitations on interpretation of gene expression data ensures that only the end points now assessed by traditional toxicology tests will be the end points considered in the future.