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The answer POINTING has 10 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of pointing in various dictionaries:
verb - indicate a place, direction, person, or thing
verb - be oriented
verb - direct into a position for use
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|the action of filling the joints of brickwork or masonry with mortar.|
|Present participle of point.|
|The action of the verb to point.|
|Mortar that has been placed between bricks to hold them together. This is not strictly speaking correct word to use in this context, mortar would be the correct word, or joint filling. (or perhaps applies in the US only) This term is often misused as meaning mortar or joint filling, as 'repointing' is the action of making good and repairing of joints between stone.|
|The act or art of punctuating punctuation.|
|The rubbing off of the point of the wheat grain in the first process of high milling.|
|The act or process of measuring, at the various distances from the surface of a block of marble, the surface of a future piece of statuary also, a process used in cutting the statue from the artist's model.|
Pointing is a gesture specifying a direction from a person's body, usually indicating a location, person, event, thing or idea. It typically is formed by extending the arm, hand, and index finger, although it may be functionally similar to other hand gestures. Types of pointing may be subdivided according to the intention of the person, as well as by the linguistic function it serves. |
* Pointing typically develops within the first two years of life in humans, and plays an important role in language development and reading in children. It is central to the use of sign language, with a large number of signs being some variation on pointing. The nature of pointing may differ for children who have autism or who are deaf, and may also vary by gender. It is typically not observed in children who are blind from birth.
* Pointing may vary substantially across cultures, with some having many distinct types of pointing, both with regard to the physical gestures employed and their interpretation. P