|vaihe englanniksi||point fi, stage fi, phase fi, facet fi|
: The Congress debated the finer points of the bill.
: There comesi a point in a marathon when some people give up.
: At this point in the meeting, Id like to propose a new item for the agenda.
: She was not feeling in good point.
: I made the point that we all had an interest to protect.
*: full large of limbe and euery ioint / He was, and cared not for God or man a point.
*: When times first point begun / Made he all souls.
: We should meet at a pre-arranged point.
: Since the decision has already been made, I see little point in further discussion.
*: Commas and points they set exactly right.
*: Sound the trumpet — not a levant, or a flourish, but a point of war.
: Logic isnt my strong point.
: The stars showed as tiny points of yellow light.
: Possession is nine points of the law.
: The one with the most points will win the game
: 10.5 ("ten point five"; = ten and a half)
: Ship ahoy, three points off the starboard bow!
: Cut the skin with the point of the knife.
: His cowboy belt was studded with points.
*: Willie Jones decided to become Kimani Jones, Black Panther, on the day his best friend, Otis Nicholson, stepped on a mine while walking point during a sweep in the central highlands.
: to fall off a point
*: There was moreover a hint of the duchess in the infinite point with which, as she felt, she exclaimed: "And this is what you call coming often?"
: The point color of that cat was a deep, rich sable.
: tierce point
: rfquotek|Sir Walter Scott
: point de Venise; Brussels point
: The dog came to a point.
*: Now must the world point at poor Katharine.
*: Point at the tattered coat and ragged shoe.
: ux|en|Its rude to point at other people.
: ux|en|The arrow of a compass points north
: ux|en|The skis were pointing uphill.
: ux|en|The arrow on the map points towards the entrance
: to point a gun at a wolf, or a cannon at a fort
: to point a dart, a pencil, or (figuratively) a moral
: ux|en|If he asks for food, point him toward the refrigerator.
*: Whosoever should be guided through his battles by Minerva, and pointed to every scene of them.
: to point a composition
: ux|en|Bear off a little, were pointing.
*: He treads with caution, and he points with fear.
*: He points it, however, by no deviation from his straightforward manner of speech.
: rfquotek|Alexander Pope
: ux|en|He is in the recovery stage of his illness.
: ux|en|Completion of an identifiable stage of maintenance such as removing an aircraft engine for repair or storage.
*: Such a polity is suited only to a particular stage in the progress of society.
: ux|en|The band returned to the stage to play an [[encore]].
*: Knights, squires, and steeds must enter on the stage.
*: Lo! Where the stage, the poor, degraded stage, / Holds its warped mirror to a gaping age.
: ux|en|The stage pulled into town carrying the payroll for the mill and three ladies.
*: a parcel sent you by the stage
*: I went in the sixpenny stage.
: ux|en|a stage of ten miles
*: A stage ... signifies a certain distance on a road.
*: He travelled by gig, with his wife, his favourite horse performing the journey by easy stages.
: ux|en|a 3-stage cascade of a 2nd-order bandpass Butterworth filter
: ux|en|He [[placed]] the [[slide]] on the [[stage]].
: ux|en|How do you get past the flying creatures in the third stage?
*: When we are born, we cry that we are come / To this stage of fools.
*: Music and ethereal mirth / Wherewith the stage of air and earth did ring.
: The local theater group will stage "Pride and Prejudice".
: The salesman’s demonstration of the new cleanser was staged to make it appear highly effective.
: We staged the cars to be ready for the start, then waited for the starter to drop the flag.
: to stage data to be written at a later time
: The problem has many phases.
: The use of the obsolete machines was gradually phased out as the new models were phased in.
: This facet of the diamond was masterfully cut to enhance its value.
: The childs learning disability was only one facet of the problems contributing to his delinquency.
: We had just about completed the research facet of the project when the order came to cancel it.
: the articular facet of a bone