point out

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Synonyms for point out

point out carefully and clearly

present and urge reasons in opposition


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Many manufacturers point out that the quick coupler seems to be more of a phenomenon in the European scrap market, where yards tend to be smaller and mobility is more of a factor, says Sutherland.
Tracy took pains to point out that Gagne would have been out of the inning without a run if shortstop Cesar Izturis hadn't thrown away Marlon Byrd's inning-opening grounder for an error.
The Dodgers point out that they are ahead of last season's pace, but at this time last year they led the West by a half-game.
This point outs the need for Act 13 to be amended to protect those citizen rights.
Bynum point outs firmly, though in a generous voice, the deficits of accepted interpretations of these topics, especially those of literary and art historians, who tend to reduce them to matters of signification and essential dechotomies, and to make the Eucharist "the semiotics of the Middles Ages.