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point man

1. n. a ballplayer who habitually scores points. Fred is supposed to be point man for our team, but tonight he is not doing so well.
2. n. anyone whose job it is to score successes against the opposition. The president expects the secretary of defense to be point man for this new legislation.
See also: man, point
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forum sponsored by the Latino Coalition, Representative Chris Cannon (R-Utah), a congressional point man for the Bush administration's illegal immigrant amnesty scheme, suggested that fellow Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo (Colo.
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In that capacity, Williams has been the city's point man on a number of issues, including handling issues related to the Anaverde development and overseeing an effort to establish a power plant.
Trade Representative Robert Zoellick, the administration's point man for the FTAA, added his expectation that the pact would be delivered to Congress during the first month of 2005.