Definitions

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  • n. A point in time; a specified instant

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The timepoint of the end of a bubble is unpredictable.

    Matthew Yglesias » 20/20 Vision is Accurate

  • It was about food, and some vague historical timepoint.

    gillpolack: I just dug a deep grave for myself in Fl

  • To your questions TP: (1) No, I think a chemical evolution took place, and that there was no timepoint at which we could say "Life started now."

    Dawkins on the OOL

  • All of the people in the four-drug treatment arms will have reached the 12-week timepoint in the study by the end of February.

  • At the two-year timepoint, continued improvements were observed across all endpoints, including bone disease, compared with baseline.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • I think the medical authorities have picked the "2 hrs" point as the timepoint they think is best for the "masses"

    Discussion Forum - TuDiabetes

  • I think the medical authorities have picked the "2 hrs" point as this is the timepoint they think is best for the "masses" "in the real world".

    Discussion Forum - TuDiabetes

  • Moreover, patients in this dose group had an improvement in visual acuity at the 35 day timepoint when compared to the placebo.

    New Statesman

  • In addition, the improvement in titers seen in ZADAXIN-treated patients was maintained at this later timepoint.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Continued improvements were observed across all endpoints, including bone disease, at the two-year timepoint, compared with baseline.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

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