far point


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far point

n.
The farthest point at which an object can be seen distinctly by the eye.
References in classic literature ?
Then from a far point of the circle a solitary voice began a wailing song, of which the refrain ran something as follows:--
On the far point of rocks, naked except for swimming trunks, stood a man.
But all the indications thus far point to failure in Sochi because of the insistence of Assad's allies to impose a "surrender agreement" rather than peace.
Ballot returns so far point to a low-turnout election.
Initial indications so far point to more people in at risk groups and more healthcare workers getting the flu vaccine this year.
However, just 39 seconds later, Bennett skated out of the left offensive corner and sent a cross-ice pass to Garrison at the far point.
Nonetheless, data available so far point to sizeably larger refining than production disruptions," they added.
Trump's China policy hasn't taken a clear shape yet, although all the signs so far point to a combative approach," Yinhong said, according to (https://www.
We found that, as the visibility decreases, the center of gravity of the driver's gaze gradually shifts from a far point to a close point.
Investigations so far point to the generators having been loaded in two shipments from Chile which passed through Dutch and German ports before arriving in Cyprus.
Evidence collected so far point to the involvement of the Pakistanbased terror organisation Jaishe- Mohammed headed by Masood Azhar.
2016 may not be a record-breaking year for the housing business, but the numbers so far point to solid and steady growth.