Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
A concentrated site or installation, the destruction or capture of which would seriously affect the war effort or the success of operations.
The numerical value of key point in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of key point in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The key point here is whether accusations against me are true or false, and it's not a fishing expedition to be able to depose her.
The key point of discussion will have to be the U.N. sanctions on the North's weapons of mass destruction program, the message by the North may be that it is willing to be flexible on the issue.
A key point regarding inflation is that conditions have not been deteriorating, just hanging below target, on balance for me the data have been encouraging and affirm that the economy has been growing at a moderate pace.
That's a significant amount of shares (owned by Trian), and we're at a key point in the business right now, and really, they have a history of bringing value to corporations, we didn't want to have a lot of disruption and a lot of uncertainty in the business.
One should stop - especially Britain, which was always for expansion of the European Union - discriminating against countries only because it comes across well in the current context if you beat up on others, i am strictly against that one should - and this is the key point - act as if all Poles, all Romanians, all Bulgarians who are on the European labor market are doing this out of a basically criminal disposition. These are people who are working to get paid.
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