Some articles on points, point:
... Sockets are colloquially referred to by counting the number of "points" (pointed corners of walls) present in the shape of the nut opening ... For example, the hexagon shape is commonly called a "6 point" socket because the hexagon forms 6 "points" where walls intersect to create sharp pointed corners ... and bolt heads are produced with the 6-point hexagonal gripping shape ...
Famous quotes containing the words double and/or point:
“American families, however, without exception, experience a double message in our society, one that claims a commitment to families and stresses the importance of raising bright, stable, productive citizens, yet remains so bound by an ideal of rugged individualism that parents receive little support in their task from the public or private sectors.”
—Bernice Weissbourd (20th century)
“I laugh when I think that all of Rome made it a point not to pronounce Drusillas name. Because Rome was mistaken for all those years. Love is not enough for me, and I understood that then.... To love someone is to accept to grow old with her. An old Drusilla is far worse than a dead one.”
—Albert Camus (19131960)