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  • noun Plural form of chokepoint.

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  • After the avalanche risk was assessed as fair, a team of 30 rescuers were deployed like a trapline at "chokepoints" - classic drainage areas where people often fall - east from Indian Arm and west to Mt. Seymour.

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  • It will also allow for bigger single shards, if server power follows suit, as one of the chokepoints is the need to communicate a lot of dynamic positional and other information to a lot of clients at once.

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  • These routes are known as chokepoints due to their potential for closure.

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  • Internet render these centralized infrastructures "chokepoints".

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  • Just as the growing numbers of cars on the road cause traffic "chokepoints," more ships traversing northern passageways can choke maritime traffic.

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  • The biggest downside to this linearity is that after just a few hours I had reached two separate "chokepoints" in the story where I needed a specific clue to progress and had a hell of a time finding it.

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  • His theoretical framework came from Jomini, with an emphasis on strategic locations (such as chokepoints, canals. and coaling stations), as well as quantifiable levels of fighting power in a fleet.

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  • His theoretical framework came from Jomini, with an emphasis on strategic locations (such as chokepoints, canals. and coaling stations), as well as quantifiable levels of fighting power in a fleet.

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  • His theoretical framework came from Jomini, with an emphasis on strategic locations (such as chokepoints, canals. and coaling stations), as well as quantifiable levels of fighting power in a fleet.

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  • The project, managed by the IEEE and the EastWest Institute think tank, cites the "cable-dense" Luzon Strait south of Taiwan, the Strait of Malacca and the Red Sea among several "chokepoints" that funnel important cable paths together.

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