stopping point


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the temporal end

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We won't hear her chirpy welcoming voice again, but her presence will never fade from the memories of countless sporting fans for whom the Kilgowan stopping point was an integral part of any Dublin trip.
THE ROAD TO CHANGE: Above, Marton Bungalow when it was a popular stopping point for hikers and cycling clubs and, right, the site as it is today
For whatever reasons, Worcester is a major stopping point on just about every touring poet in the country's travel route.
Currently the Pier Head operates as a stopping point for cruises but can not act as a start or end point for trips.
TARGET: The blast at a mosque in Jamrud, in the Khyber tribal region of Pakistan, yesterday was thought to have been carried out by Islamists targeting a popular stopping point on the key supply route for Western forces between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
When the garage door opens, the vibration activates the laser, guiding you to your stopping point.
Then, use the meter stick to measure the distance from the balloon's starting point to its stopping point.
The music of Senegalese singer Youssou N'Dour has long been a major stopping point on the international music map.
This integration of interior and exterior space, urban fabric and represented city views, and the various speeds at which the city is perceived find an additional mirroring, but also a stopping point, in the four ink-jet prints of the series "Urban Creatures": Looking at these functionalist modern buildings, photographed between 1995 and 2005 in Creteil (France), Mexico City, Beijing, and Chicago, one cannot tell where they might be located.
A suggested sequence in providing alternatives involves the following steps: (a) initial assessment (including frequency, duration, severity, medical history, or complications), (b) assessing the reasons or purpose for self-injury, (c) determining the client's stopping point, (d) providing appropriate alternatives to self-injury (i.
Features include a manual override switch, adjustable limit switches to control the stopping point of the lift, gear guards to prevent objects or wiring form getting caught between the gears and tracks, and more.
roughly 90 meters ahead of the regular stopping point, with a few cars extending past the platform, according to JR West.
In my opinion, Hess's only limitation is his stopping point, the end of the 1999 school year.
Spain's capital city, Madrid served as a stopping point in the 370-mile trek undertaken annually by some 2,500 sheep.
The process can continue to run under negative pressure until an opportune stopping point arises.