Anchor Point

Anchor Point or anchor point may refer to:

  • Anchor Point, Alaska, United States
  • Anchor Point, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
  • Anchor point (audio)

Other articles related to "anchor, anchor point, points, anchors":

Anchor River
... The Anchor River is a river on the Kenai Peninsula in the U.S ... empties into Cook Inlet on the beach below Anchor Point ... The Anchor River State Recreation Area is a popular spot for camping and fishing in the summer months, when there are salmon runs, and catch-and-release ...
Robert Dilts - Bibliography - Articles
... Dilts, Robert, Applications of NLP in Health Overview of the Seven C’s Model, Anchor Point, August 1992, Salt Lake City, UT Dilts, Robert, NLP and Self-Organization Theory, Anchor Point, June 1995, Salt ... Dilts, Robert, Dynamic Assessment, Anchor Point, October 1995, Salt Lake City, UT ... The Principle of Positive Intention, Anchor Point, December 1995, Salt Lake City, UT ...
Ax Men - Logging Terms
... Dead man--A skyline anchor point created by digging a trench, placing several heavy logs in it, cinching a cable around them, and filling in the excavated dirt ... Tail hold--A tree or stump that serves as the anchor point for the far end of the skyline ... Twister--A pair of cables twisted together and used to anchor a skyline provides more force than a single cable ...
Mode Series - Mode Theory
... It requires five points, represented both by anchor modes and anchor persons, to hold it in place ... may reach out with his mind and set his anchor point, thereby becoming an anchor person ... act in tandem to attach the Virtual Mode, both will become anchors ...

Famous quotes containing the words point and/or anchor:

    A point has been reached where the peoples of the Americas must take cognizance of growing ill-will, of marked trends toward aggression, of increasing armaments, of shortening tempers—a situation which has in it many of the elements that lead to the tragedy of general war.... Peace is threatened by those who seek selfish power.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    The daughter of debate, that eke discord doth sow,
    Shall reap no gain where former rule hath taught still peace to
    No foreign banished wight shall anchor in this port;
    Our realm it brooks no stranger’s force, let them elsewhere resort.
    Elizabeth I (1533–1603)