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POIPoint of Inflection (mathematics)
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POIPostoperative Ileus (gastroenterology)
POIPoisonous (fire diamond warning code)
POIPurchase Order Invoice
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POIPrincipal Operations Inspector
POIPole of Inaccessibility (geography)
POIPlan d'Opération Interne (French: Plan of Internal Operation)
POIPoor Obfuscation Implementation
POIPrevention of Injury (military detention; US DoD)
POIPay on Invoice
POIPrice on Inspection (various companies)
POIPhysician Office Integration (healthcare)
POIPlan Of Instruction
POIPerceptual Organization Index
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POIPeriod of Interest (US DoD)
POIPURL-Based Object Identifier
POIPlane of Innovation (Everquest game)
POIProgram Oral Interpretation (forensics speech)
POIPoint of Interception
POIPissed Off Iraqi
POIPanoramic Optical Imager
POIProducts Of Inertia
POIPeriod of Insurance
POIParallel Optical Interface
POIPride On Ice (website)
POIPercent of Increase
POIPolygons Of Interest
POIPurveyor of Innovation (marketing)
POIP-mode Oscillations Instrument (Mees Solar Observatory)
POIPlanned Operational Interval (US DoD; naval aviation)
POIPenguin on Ice
POIPrior Owner Inscription (book markings)
POIPurchase Order Index
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(i) A point of intersection of two circles should bea point inside the third circle;
We denote by L the point of intersection of the chords AD and EC.
(3) Draw the tangent of circle [V.sub.PCC]([U.sub.m+2]) through the point of intersection in (2).
For the first point of intersection [P.sub.1], intersecting value [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is (0.5335, 0.75) and that for the second point of intersection [P.sub.2], [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] = (0.63335, 0.75).
That is, we are measuring the angle between the outward normal to the disk at the point of intersection and the actual direction [gamma] is going as it exits the disk.
Now, the point of intersection between the line and the plane can be found by considering L equal to P.
[l.sub.p]--distance between IRS centre with point of intersection on GPS1 vertical and between a parallel line to the beam running through IRC centre.
Moving one of the robots in their first, for example, A (Fig.1), will come to a point of intersection of the trajectories, then it is clear that the other one (B) must be removed from the center of the latter more than in the 2R.
Although Meir does not make this point himself, one can see how education becomes a point of intersection between these various bodies of writing.
It is a "small but critically important point of intersection of foreign policy, national security and international religious freedom standards," the report said.
(4) Bend the pipe cleaners 90[degrees] at each point of intersection and another 90[degrees] at each halfway point (see Figure 1).