point of concentration

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We are responsible for the transportation of the electoral material from this point of concentration till the last dispatching point to the flight.
It is the connection from any point of concentration (cell site, voice switch/concentrator, data switch/router, etc.
David said: "In a way, that was useful because it gave m e a new point of concentration to work from and having a dierent voice makes you a dierent person.
The subject of the consultation concerns the supply of transport links data for educational institutions to single point of concentration of flows: the Regional Collection Center (Ccr) before Internet access Renater.
MacGregor's reading was pellucid and wellweighted, delivered with a sure sense of the music's remarkable harmonic structure, and making the tiny Introduzione, sandwiched between the epic outer movements, a true focal point of concentration.
Instead of a pipe, a tower is used to create a single point of concentration that can generate tempera tures exceeding 1000[degree] F.
Therefore, the Council of Tenerife's Western Africa-Canary Islands Nap will act as a neutral data centre that not only serves as a point of concentration and distribution of international connectivity, but also as a base infrastructure for local information technology companies interested in competing overseas, or international companies that wish to operate in Western Africa using Tenerife as a platform, with the legal security afforded by location in the EU, hoping to benefit from the additional fiscal advantages associated with the Canary Islands' status as an Outermost Region.
And since many members of the family-owned bank had ties to the poultry industry that became a point of concentration.
They are warriors without a state or, in this case, even a clear-cut geographical point of concentration.