great point

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There was a ball after the dramatic entertainments, and everybody pressed round Becky as the great point of attraction of the evening.
And as for objects of interest, objects for the affections, which is in truth the great point of inferiority, the want of which is really the great evil to be avoided in not marrying, I shall be very well off, with all the children of a sister I love so much, to care about.
The two great points of difference between a democracy and a republic are: first, the delegation of the government, in the latter, to a small number of citizens elected by the rest; secondly, the greater number of citizens, and greater sphere of country, over which the latter may be extended.
Satisfied on these great points and with tranquility everywhere, I too should have had my Congress and my Holy Alliance.
2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Great Point Media announced today that the company will be kicking off worldwide sales at the American Film Market (AFM) for writer/director Richard Levine's romantic thriller BLUE ANGEL, starring Stanley Tucci, Kyra Sedgwick and Addison Timlin.
I felt it was the absolute perfect article to read to him and made a great point to me as I prepare for my first hunting season this year.
Alan, Dundee READER James Mills made a great point about Prince William and Kate.
Pulis said: "It's a great point and it's something we deserved in terms of the effort we put in.
Fiona, above, makes a great point that the regulations aren't consistent and are often to difficult to understand.
TALKING POINT Town came close to forcing what would have been a great point while the loss of James Vaughan to another injury was a concern.
Saddlers boss Dean Smith said: "This is a great point for us and I think overall it was a fair result.
Seller has a great point of sale software systems tied in to installation date of new equipment sold/serviced.

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