to point up
- emphasize, especially by identification
- Tom brought up an interesting point during the meeting.
- Tom agrees with Mary up to a point.
- I make a point of getting up before six.
- What's the point of showing up on time if everyone else shows up late?
- Bob was on the point of leaving when I rang him up.
- I was on the point of giving up when I suddenly hit upon the solution.
- I assume that at some point Tom will just give up.
- Up to this point I have presented an overview of the growth of political unrest in the period.
- If Adam and Eve were the first and up to that point only people, who did beget their grandchildren?
- "Up to this point has been the official story, which Kirika also knows." "By which you mean there is also an unofficial?"
- Imogen of the Internet cannot look at a cat, even a dead one, without coming up with a blood-curdlingly saccharine, egregiously misspelled caption in 60-point white Impact.
- Pick up service (1 point)
- PART OF THE JOURNEY UP TO THE EXIT POINT
- Point 23 (b), third indent (reduction of up to 20 %)
- Energy efficient refrigerators (1 point), dishwashers (1 point), washing machines (1 point), dryers/tumblers (1 point) and office equipment (1 point) (up to 5 points)