Recent Examples of end point from the Web
Previously, the end point was abstinence: this (new) drug will end addiction.
The 10-episode drama, which will air its finale on Monday, is the end point in the winding road Caleb Carr's bestselling novel traveled to get made.
These programs teach students just enough to start a career, and have much higher completion rates, because students can see an end point of a few weeks instead of a few years.
Arkansas is targeting people ages 19 to 49 — a younger end point than in the other two states.
By kickstarting the show with the off-kilter moment, Plein provided the week’s most Instagram-worthy moment thus far while taking fashion’s love affair with tech to its logical end point.
His PromoWest Productions also organizes Bunbury Music Festival at Sawyer Point Park, the end point of the riverfront music mile.
Plan Ahead: Don't start caulking at a random corner or end point.
And looking only at the start and end points of periods of rising rates masks considerable volatility in between, not to mention what lies just outside those periods.
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END POINT Defined for Kids
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