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  • noun Plural form of pointing.

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Examples

  • In some cases authorities have described the laser pointings as malicious acts.

    Senate: Laser Targeting Of Planes Criminal

  • For example, for large aperture designs at many interesting pointings field crowding at the limiting magnitudes of the intruments may make precise alignment very difficult or at best very inefficient.

    Shuttle-C - NASA Watch

  • For example, for large aperture designs at many interesting pointings field crowding at the limiting magnitudes of the intruments may make precise alignment very difficult or at best very inefficient.

    Shuttle-C - NASA Watch

  • In some cases authorities have described the laser pointings as malicious acts.

    Senate: Laser Targeting Of Planes Criminal

  • We see what the House and Senate are doing, our devoted public servants, with their posturings and finger pointings, their completely political moves, they seem to care nothing for the Country; we have seen what Bush the Second has done, also not a pretty picture.

    A Deepening Leadership Crisis

  • BLITZER: Bill Clinton has often blasted the news media with memorable finger-pointings like these.

    CNN Transcript May 30, 2008

  • Gorgo was released in 1961 so it doesn't have all the goofy enviro-weenie-requisite finger-pointings at man's nuclear technology which is rampant in most "guy in a rubber monster suit" monster movies or on the durn Sci-Fi channel.

    The Sudden Curve:

  • Gorgo was released in 1961 so it doesn't have all the goofy enviro-weenie-requisite finger-pointings at man's nuclear technology which is rampant in most "guy in a rubber monster suit" monster movies or on the durn Sci-Fi channel.

    John Ford meets Godzilla ~ update

  • For the rest of the day, he was shut up in the back kitchen, in company with a pump and a slice of bread; and at night, Mrs. Sowerberry, after making various remarks outside the door, by no means complimentary to the memory of his mother, looked into the room, and, amidst the jeers and pointings of Noah and Charlotte, ordered him upstairs to his dismal bed.

    Oliver Twist

  • There further afflictions fell upon him, because the people began to scorne him, demanding dayly of him, what was become of his gallant young wife, making hornes, with ridiculous pointings at him: whereby his sences became distracted, so that he ran raving about the streetes, and afterward died in very miserable manner.

    The Decameron

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