point B n.
See supramentale.
Dumping the brine from Point A into point b is likely to cause lasting ecological damage.
Transcontinental rail was a great idea in the 19th century, when it was actually the fastest way to get from point A to point b.
Point a will be a line of no dip, while at point b there will be dip.
Just as the point A leaves contact with the point b an arc will be produced.
The point b, which lies at 75.5, is the point of maximum temperature for S10.
From the point which I call A to the point b is, or ought to be, 5000 yards.
Taking A as the centre, open the compasses to the point b, which marks the shadow, and describe a circle.
Arranged as shown, if we trace the lines of a plan with the point b, the pencil will produce it double the size.
The point b, on the beam, moves upwards and downwards in a circular arch, of which the axis of the beam is the centre.
An observer standing at C sights the point b directly and the point A by reflection.