Point reserved

POINT RESERVED. A point or question of law which the court, not being fully satisfied how to decide, in the hurried trial of a cause, rules in favor of the party offering it, but subject to revision on a motion for a new trial. If, after argument, it be found to have been ruled correctly, the verdict is supported; if otherwise, it is set aside.

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Couture designs inspired by Dame Elizabeth Taylor, along with the latest from House of Taylor Jewelry in timeless settings, will be on display at the show in a booth location 50 percent larger than last year's, with prominent positioning on "5th Avenue," a destination point reserved for the show's preeminent brands.