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point in time


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n point in time an instant of time "at that point I had to leave"
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In literature:

They reduced this day, this year, this generation of men to a pin-point in time.
"The Silent Places" by Steward Edward White
The whole business of a commander-in-chief in war is to find out the decisive point and to have the bulk of his forces there in time.
"Lessons of the War" by Spenser Wilkinson
When it reached this point it was considered out of the reach of treatment in his time, and for long after.
"Beethoven" by George Alexander Fischer
The temperature in crossing the ridge was below that on Dhonglaila, and below the freezing point at times.
"Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and TheNeighbouring Countries" by William Griffith
While in Maine she spoke a number of times, going from point to point in sleigh or wagon through snow, slush and mud.
"The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 1 of 2)" by Ida Husted Harper
The arrow that was yet to wound hundreds was then receiving its point; but it lay in the quiver for a time.
"The Biography of Robert Murray M'Cheyne" by Andrew A. Bonar
There were a few points that she did not mention at that time, which, we will insert for the benefit of the reader, in Gladys' own words.
"Gladys, the Reaper" by Anne Beale
I devoted sufficient time to him to put him in possession of the salient points of the subject.
"The American Architect and Building News, Vol. 27, No. 733, January 11, 1890" by Various
She had been on the point of using Miriam's name, but remembered just in time that Miriam's brother was present.
"Grace Harlowe's Sophomore Year at High School" by Jessie Graham Flower
Just in that point of time, the brave unknown Approached the lists.
"The Works Of John Dryden, Volume 4 (of 18)" by John Dryden
But he wasted no time in getting to the point.
"The Real Adventure" by Henry Kitchell Webster
In the time that must be taken up in the consideration of this very important point.
"The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 1, No. 18, March 11, 1897" by Various
In order to understand this long, desperate, and furious battle, we must hark back a few days in point of time.
"New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 2, May, 1915" by Various
In all points of material comfort they were as well off as they had ever been before; better off than they have ever been in later times.
"The Reign of Henry the Eighth, Volume 1 (of 3)" by James Anthony Froude
It seemed a good deal of time was consumed in reaching my vantage-point.
"The Rustlers of Pecos County" by Zane Grey
Time was non-existent for them, and their consciousness was exercised only in watching the faces of the cards and counting up points.
"Side Lights" by James Runciman
Come right along with me, my boy, and point out your luggage and we'll be off to my farm in no time.
"Walter Harland" by Harriet S. Caswell
At this time, they are assembled in pretty considerable numbers on the south side of James river, but are not yet brought to a point.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
The two great points in the successful management of time are concentration and system.
"The Secret of a Happy Home (1896)" by Marion Harland
He had sworn that he would marry the girl, and in point of time had only limited his promise by the old Earl's life.
"An Eye for an Eye" by Anthony Trollope

In poetry:

Will hear of me in time:
Slavs, Huns, the Scythians, and Finns,
And others locked today in battle,
Will point at me and they'll pronounce:
"The Swan" by Gavrila Romanovich Derzhavin
And, as in olden times, the poets
Will lead men's souls up to heights,
Like Angel leads the dazzling comets
To a point, that is not in sight.
"Oh, How Silent Is the Nature" by Nikolai Stepanovich Gumilev
By thee I'll sit, and inly muse
What are the charms in life we lose
When time demands our breath:
Alas! the load of ling'ring age
Has little that can hope engage,
Or point the shaft of death.
"Address To The Evening Primrose" by Joanna Baillie
And there points the spire of my own village church,
That long has braved time’s iron power,
With its bright glitt’ring cross and ivy wreathed porch—
Sure refuge in sorrow’s dark hour!
"The Emigrant’s Address To America" by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Then the Ghoorkas did the Afghans fiercely attack,
And at every point and turning they were driven back;
And a fierce hand to hand struggle raged for a time,
While in the morning sunshine the British bayonets did shine.
"General Roberts in Afghanistan" by William Topaz McGonagall
Touchd with a sacred rage & heavnly flame,
I strive to sing thine universall aim,
To quit ye subject, & in lays sublime
The morall fitt for any point of time:
Then go my verses with applying strain
Go form a triumph not ascribd to men.
"Deborah" by Thomas Parnell

In news:

Noah has 30 points and 23 rebounds as Chicago defeats Detroit for the 16th time in a row, 108-104.
To that point, the Census Bureau last week announced that white births for the first time in the country's history are no longer a majority.
Ryan Anderson scored 22 points, Robin Lopez added 21 and the New Orleans Hornets won for only the second time in 11 games, 102-81 over the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night.
MONTGOMERY — The Bluefield College Rams reached the century mark in points for the first time this season, defeating West Virginia Tech 102-92 on Tuesday night.
I'll be the first to admit that the Heisman Trophy race is as much of a toss-up at this point in the season as I can remember in a long time.
Damian Lillard poured in 24 points and keyed a furious Portland comeback that lifted the Trail Blazers to a 118-112 overtime win over the slumping Charlotte Bobcats at Time Warner Cable Arena.
It was his third time taking the 'SNL' stage in his career, so at this point, he's a vet.
The boulders are being transported to shore points to help rebuild in the wake of damage caused by Sandy Jon Offredo/Times of Trenton.
It is time to concede a major point in the political arguments of our time: When conservatives warn about a culture of dependency, they make a good point.
The last time West Virginia and Oklahoma State played, the Cowboys won when West Virginia failed to execute a two-point conversion play with 1:13 left in the 1987 Sun Bowl.
Environmental author John Hart speaks about the history of Point Reyes National Seashore and what lies ahead for the park in a discussion of his new book, "Island in Time.".
The point guard may be one of the smallest on the team, but the freshman has earned some playing time in their first few games.
Northview was involved in another shootout last Friday night at Forsyth Central, but this time the game ended with the Titans putting the most points on the scoreboard.
Watertown, NY, Oct 04, 2012 — For the first time, Republican Matt Doheny has released an internal poll that shows him trailing Democratic congressman Bill Owens by just five percentage points in the North Country's congressional race.
Danica Patrick was voted NASCAR's Nationwide Series most popular driver after finishing 10th in points during her inaugural full-time season on the circuit.

In science:

At this point in time, our understanding of the geometry of finitely-generated solvable groups is quite limited.
Problems on the geometry of finitely generated solvable groups
The continuous variables time and position enter in the description of the motion as if they were also discrete parameters only because the interaction events are our reference points for time counting; this is not a lattice calculation.
Discrete-to-continuum transitions and mathematical generalizations in the classical harmonic oscillator
Then it follows from the recurrence theorem that for almost every point ω in B there must be an arbitrarily large number of moments in time when the tra jectory of the point ω is in the set B, i.e. for almost every ω ∈ B, s(θnω) belongs to pZp infinitely often.
On Markovian behaviour of $p$-adic random dynamical systems
We also provided numerical evidence that for large systems the entanglement distribution of the uniform measure is achieved at a specific point in time, the variation cut-off.
Efficient Generation of Generic Entanglement
For any two finite sets E and V, for which it is possible to visit every point in V without hitting E, there is a.s. an exceptional time t such that each point in V is visited infinitely often, while the set E is not visited at all.
A special set of exceptional times for dynamical random walk on $\Z^2$
For instance, a node A can determine, at a given point in time, the minimum transmit power that B should use to send messages to A.
Rapid Prototyping over IEEE 802.11
On the other hand, by definition of the time changed process X ξ, 1 ε x1 is the last point in C ξ (ω ) visited by X before time t0 .
Quenched invariance principles for random walks with random conductances
The times are those of the final points in the top panel, t = 249 and t = 222 : the data of that panel indicate that these times are long enough to be representative of the asymptotic large-time scaling.
Duality between random trap and barrier models
At this point in time, gp = (i, lanl:locatedAt, −, w, lanl:wrote, +, x, lanl:wrote, −, y, lanl:locatedAt, +, z ) and gp is a Ψcoaut -correct and w and y are indexed by π .
Grammar-Based Random Walkers in Semantic Networks
As there are an infinite number of observables that share the same final states, it is not possible to univocally say what quantity is left defined by time evolution at each point in time. x, x3 and 2x3 are all equivalent, because measuring one means automatically knowing all the others.
The Schroedinger equation as the time evolution of a deterministic and reversible process
Proof: Since the initial point Z (0) = 0 is an “entrance and non-exit” singular point for the positive semi-axis (see the classification of singular points in [IM74] ), the existence and uniqueness of a nonnegative solution for all positive times is guaranteed.
Thermodynamic Limit for Large Random Trees
The uncertainty in tmax is estimated to be roughly 0.15 times the separation in time between the two surrounding points, determined by removing points from well-sampled light curves and noting the effect.
CfA3: 185 Type Ia Supernova Light Curves from the CfA
The correlations between different sets of calibration constants obtained at different points in time are very strong.
CALICE Si/W electromagnetic Calorimeter
By doing so, one is bound to hit a problem when t becomes large enough, in which case t will not change its value after the addition of a small value ∆t, and the simulation will be stuck at a single point in time.
Accelerating numerical solution of Stochastic Differential Equations with CUDA
The first two lemmas show that the probability that the continuous-time random walk X started from the boundary of GN × I hits a point in the set VI ⊂ GN × I (cf. (5.11)) before exiting G× ˜I behaves like hN /|GN | times the sum of the capacities of those sets Vm whose preimages under Φm are subsets of GN × I .
Random walks on discrete cylinders with large bases and random interlacements