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“One key piece of information contained in the documents is described as an "end-point outcome percentage," which refers to a secret number DFO negotiators were not to exceed, when negotiating catch limits with bands.”
“Over the past 50-plus years, the Master's of Fine Arts, or MFA, has been described as a "terminal degree" -- that is, the end-point in an artist's formal education -- but some people are taking the view that this end-point comes too soon.”
“The promise of zero clients that sounds so attractive is that all computing needs of the client are delivered from the data center, requiring no end-point management on the client itself, has appliance-like setup and use, and draws extremely low power.”
“Divergence because the content is the end-point of separation.”
“The ultimate end-point of this, on one side of the dialectic, is maieutic fiction. posted by Hal Duncan | 9: 43 PM”
“Diversion because the content is the end-point of redirection.”
“Diversity because the content is the end-point of assembly.”
“Even though it entertained some wild tangents, DCC! still had an end-point, which meant that its writers had to try and make everything make sense.”
“IMO, although the journey to a sound economic footing is severally, trustworthy, commencing within uncertaintly is the undesireable reality, elstwhile, the end-point is only an ‘upturn’; ending with a familiar economy is desireable, yet often this may be impossible; working with extant resources effectively is the only real goal, and yet there is naught, any, alternative!”
“I am reluctant to embrace any argument which has as its end-point the proposition that we can do nothing about the “Whites-Only Softball League.””
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