Definition of full point in English:

full point

Line breaks: full point

noun

Another term for full stop (as a punctuation mark).
More example sentences
  • The asterisk means that the residues in that column are identical in all sequences in the alignment; the colon means that conserved substitutions have been observed; the full point means that semi-conserved substitutions are observed.
  • In the latter case, give the reference in brackets below the quotation, with no full point after it.
  • A longer quotation should close with a full point and any page reference should be placed after the full point.

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