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Point or points may refer to:


Places

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Point, LewisImage:Point Western Isles NASA World Wind.png, Satellite image of Point Point ( gd, An Rubha), also known as the Eye Peninsula, is a peninsula some 11 km long in the Outer Hebrides (or Western Isles), Scotland. The majority of Point is connected to ...
, a peninsula in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland *
Point, Texas Point is a city in Rains County, Texas, United States. The population was 820 at the 2010 census. Geography Point is located at (32.931512, -95.870957). It is situated at the junction of U.S. Route 69 and Farm Roads Farm to Market Road 47, 47 and ...
, a city in Rains County, Texas, United States * Point, the NE tip and a ferry terminal of Lismore, Scotland, Lismore, Inner Hebrides, Scotland * Points, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in the United States


Business and finance

*Point (loyalty program), a type of virtual currency in common use among mercantile loyalty programs, globally *Point (mortgage), a percentage sometimes referred to as a form of pre-paid interest used to reduce interest rates in a mortgage loan * Basis point, 1/100 of one percent, denoted ''bp'', ''bps'', and ''‱'' * Percentage points, used to measure a change in percentage absolutely * Pivot point (technical analysis), a price level of significance in analysis of a financial market that is used as a predictive indicator of market movement * Royalty points, a way of sharing profit between companies and unit holders * Vigorish point, the commission charged on a gambling bet or loanshark's loan


Mathematics

* Point (geometry), an entity that has a location in space or on a plane, but has no extent; more generally, an element of some abstract topological space * Point, or Element (category theory), generalizes the set-theoretic concept of an element of a set to an object of any category * Critical point (mathematics), a stationary point of a function of an arbitrary number of variables * Decimal point * Point-free geometry * Stationary point, a point in the domain of a single-valued function where the value of the function ceases to change


Measurement units

* Point (gemstone), 2 milligrams, or one hundredth of a carat * Point (typography), a measurement used in printing, the meaning of which has changed over time * Point, in hunting, the number of antler tips on the hunted animal (e.g. 9 point buck) * Point, for describing paper-stock thickness, a synonym of ''mil'' and ''Thou (length), thou'' (one thousandth of an inch) * Point, a hundredth of an inch or 0.254 mm, a unit of measurement formerly used for rainfall in Australia * Paris point, 2/3 cm, used for shoe sizes * Points of the compass, one of the 32 directions on a traditional compass, equal to one eighth of a right angle (11.25 degrees)


Sports

* Point (American football) * Point (basketball) * Point (ice hockey) * Point (tennis) * Point, fielding (cricket) * Point, in sports Score (game), Score * Point guard, in basketball * Points (association football) * Points decision, in boxing and some other fighting sports * The point (ice hockey), the location of an ice hockey player


Technology and transport

* Point, a data element in a SCADA system representing a single input or output * Points, a contact breaker in an ignition system * Points, a railroad switch (British English) * Points, the clock position of an object seen from a moving vessel or aircraft on an imaginary horizontal clock with 12:00 at the front; e.g., two points to starboard is 2:00 * Points of sail, a sailing boat's course in relation to wind direction * Point system (driving), a system of demerits for driving offenses * Projectile point, a hafted archaeological artifact used as a knife or projectile tip * Public Oregon Intercity Transit, styled POINT, a public transit system


Arts, entertainment, and media


Music

* Point (album), ''Point'' (album), a 2001 album by Cornelius * Point No. 1, ''Point #1'', a 1999 album of Chevelle * Point Music, a record label * Points (album), ''Points'' (album), by jazz pianist Matthew Shipp * "The Points", a 1995 single and video from the ''Panther'' soundtrack


Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media

* High card points, used for hand evaluation in contract bridge * ''Le Point'', a French weekly * ''On Point'', a radio show * Point Broadcasting, a radio broadcasting company * Pointe technique, a ballet technique for dancing on the tips of toes * ''Take Point'' (2018), a South Korean action film


Other uses

* Point (coat color), animal fur coloration of the extremities *Point (geography), a peninsula or headland * Point (surname), a surname * Make a point or come to a point, a hunting term referring to a pointing dog's standing rigid and facing the prey * Take_point#Other_uses, On point, someone who possesses abundant and various qualities of competence, leadership or style, or to specific acts which demonstrate such qualities * Point man, one who takes point (defined below) on patrol, the lookout in the commission of a crime, a defense position in ice hockey, or someone who leads the defense of a political position * Point mutation, a change in a single nucleotide * Take point (or walk point, be on point, or be a point man), to be the lead, and likely most vulnerable, soldier, vehicle, or unit in a combat military formation * Point University, West Point, Georgia


See also

* Endpoint (disambiguation) * Lapointe (disambiguation), also Lepoint/La Pointe/Le Point * Midpoint (disambiguation) * Point Lookout (disambiguation) * Pointing (disambiguation) * Points system (disambiguation) * Start Point (disambiguation) * The Point (disambiguation) * Tipping point (disambiguation) * * {{disambiguation, geo