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point of departure

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Similar impressions can also be felt in Juha Leiviska's buildings, which are naturally connected with their temporal, spatial and social starting points, emphasising the best features of their surroundings while at the same time expressing their own strong identity through spatial variations and reflections of light.
The resulting images, with three different colors used to represent starting points that end up on each of the three attractors, clearly show the intricacy of the meshed basins belonging to the attractors.
2] + c is repeatedly evaluated so that the numerical answer obtained from one step becomes the starting point of the next.
A slightly different starting point produces a radically different result.
Photo: The bull's-eye patternsindicate areas in which starting points for Newton's method converage toward one of the three roots of the equation z3 - 1.
An ODI series win in South Africa, the first in any format for New Zealand after 60 years of playing international cricket in the Republic, represents a good starting point for the Black Caps, Stuff.
One of such starting points is to increase the tax burden on anyone richer than them.
The term "no possibilities for manipulation" means that consumers or other parties should not be able to influence risk adjusters, since this could lead to inappropriate starting points.
GLASGOW is to be one of the starting points for the Monte Carlo Rally for the first time since 1973.
According to the council, reconciliation and forgiveness were the starting points for a building a better future for the country.
Starting points for ICT regulation; deconstructing pevalent policy one-liners.
2003 - New Criminal Justice Act says tariffs are to be set by judges, not ministers, and based on three starting points - life, 30 years or 15 years.
Lord Woolf said the starting points of 16 years (comparable to 32 years) and 12 years (24 years) would have to be increased or reduced because of aggravating or mitigating factors.
Lord Woolf said the starting points of 16 years (comparable to 32 years) and 12 years (comparable to 24 years) would have to be increased or reduced because of aggravating or mitigating factors.
In the case of young offenders, the sentencing judge should always start from the normal starting point appropriate for an adult (12 years) and then reduce the starting point to ``take into account the maturity and age of the offender''.