Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Related to seven points: as, the seven-point circle. See circle.
“Youssef goes on to affirm that ElBaradei's campaign is focusing on a seven-point plan for change, announced last month.”
“But on Wednesday night in Newark, the Nets rallied from a seven-point deficit in the final one minute, 40 seconds for an exciting finish to their home-crowd pleasing, 101-98, defeat of the Detroit Pistons.”
“Connecticut (R): A new Quinnipiac University poll released this morning showed former Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy with a seven-point edge over former Ambassador Tom Foley (R).”
“When they finally ended the losing skid the next week, upsetting the Colts by three as seven-point dogs, the headline read Surprise!”
“A new independent poll shows former Rep. Pat Toomey (R) holding a seven-point lead on Rep. Joe Sestak (D) in the open seat Pennsylvania Senate race.”
“Republican Pat Toomey, meanwhile, holds a seven-point lead over Democrat Joe Sestak in the Senate race, 45 percent to 38 percent.”
“But he also fumbled the ball at the one-yard line, with 6: 50 left in the game, the Giants 'clinging to a seven-point lead and at the tail end of a 36-yard run.”
“It was 10 April, Arsenal had just beaten Blackpool and the trauma of what history may record as a defining fortnight was forgotten as Arsène Wenger declared Manchester United and a seven-point gap could be overhauled in the title race.”
“San Francisco go for two, and Smith finds Crabtree in the right corner of the end zone to give his team a seven-point advantage.”
“The French nuclear-safety authority has raised the Fukushima accident— caused after the plant was swamped by a tidal wave following a massive earthquake—to level six on a seven-point scale, making it the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl, which rated seven.”
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