final point

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It was hard to give up pursuing the inquiry to that final point, but I forced myself to abandon all idea of continuing it.
Federer, who pulled out of the final against Djokovic last year with a back injury, brought the tournament to a close in anticlimactic fashion once again, double-faulting on the final point.
Murdoch's team pulled it back to 5-5 after nine ends but China skip Liu Rui scored a perfect draw to take the final point and the win.
Individually, her big moment was scoring the final point to get to the quarterfinals.
My final point is why, with all the opposition generated by these proposals, won't the council agree to a public meeting Darrell Wright Trevor
Team deputy Robert Fernley said: "He did an excellent job to grab the final point in a dash to the line.
Ayouri won the first session, then fell behind Walker before climbing back to win the final point and take the championship.
We have summoned Provincial Chiefs Secretaries on Thursday to take their final Point of view over devolution of ministries to Provinces, he said.
Summary: The two sides in the BBC pension dispute are to hold talks at conciliation service Acas to resolve a final point of clarification.
My final point is that we should see the far end of the terminal tidied up, as it looks like a derelict bomb site.
One final point is that because a few "barrow boy" journalists in 1982 chose to make disgusting statements about the sinking of the Belgrano does not mean that British people celebrated the death of enemy combatants.
Pepperdine 6, UC Irvine 1: After losing the first set to Clare Fermin, Katia Sabate rebounded with 6-3, 6-4 wins to give the Waves (2-0) the final point of the match.

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