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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpointingpoint‧ing /ˈpɔɪntɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] British English  the substance that is put in the spaces between the bricks or stones in a wall, or the way that this substance is put in the spaces syn mortar
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pointingCindy said one day pointing to a bunny hopping around the backyard.The test subject may respond by gesture or eye pointing.With the same expressions, curled, wiggling eyebrow, and gestures, the first two fingers of his right hand pointing.The child's response may be either manual pointing or eye pointing.However, before approximately 10 months, babies do not understand the significance of an adult's manual pointing.The reciprocal motion of pointing is asymmetric.Is the pointing of the brickwork in good condition?Species such as blackbirds and sparrows have three pointing forwards and one pointing back.