Definitions for "Pivot point"
Located half way between the point of a dart and the hip line. Used in the slash and the pivot methods of flat pattern drafting.
a much stronger support and resistance when compared to M points
point where two physical elements are in a torsion phase. In the case of a motorcycle it can, for example, be the steering column.
a bar with a high or a low price that supercedes all of the bars in the general vicinity
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Keywords:  twisting, spot, foot, forward, instead
a spot where a player will stop all forward movement with one foot forward and turn around by twisting his body instead of taking extra steps