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  1. any dot or mark used in writing or printing, such as a decimal point or a full stop. short for vowel point. verb. (usually foll by at or to) to indicate the location or direction of by or as by extending (a finger or other pointed object) towards ithe pointed to the front door; don't point that gun at me.

  2. Point charges a 3% processing fee (subject to a $1,000 minimum) and other third party paid closing costs such as appraisal, escrow, and government fees. Certain promotional pricing may be subject to a 4% processing fee. The term is 30 years. Point will place a lien on your home to secure performance of the underlying agreement.

  3. formal. : when considering (a particular quality) : with regard to (something) The two painters differ greatly in point of skill. [=the level of their skill is very different] Some people think that all fat is unhealthy to eat when, in point of fact [=in truth, in actuality], some types of fat are good for you.

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    When it comes to providing students and teachers in nursing, medicine, and the health professions with the educational materials they need, our philosophy is simple: learning never ends. Everything we offer helps students bridge the gap between the classroom and clinical practice, while supporting health care professionals in their jobs.

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  6. An object having a sharp or tapered end: a stone projectile point. 3. A tapering extension of land projecting into water; a peninsula, cape, or promontory. 4. A mark formed by or as if by a sharp end. 5. A mark or dot used in printing or writing for punctuation, especially a period. 6. A decimal point. 7. Linguistics A vowel point. 8.

  7. Point Connect combines flexible online learning with a weekly live, interactive videoconference. Point's site-based programs combine in-seat and online learning with a hands-on church internship that earns students credit toward their degree.

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