point taken

point taken

A response to someone indicating that their idea, suggestion, or course of reasoning is understandable, and one is willing to accept, consider, or acknowledge it. Point taken, Carl, but the company simply cannot afford to hire new staff at this point. A: "All I'm saying is that you had major regrets the last time you made a big purchase like this without thinking it through." B: "Hmm, point taken. Maybe I should take a day or two to think about it."
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Point taken! Christine Mills, by email The small print: Letters will not be included unless you include your name, full postal address and daytime telephone number (we prefer to use names of letter writers but you can ask for your name not to be published if you have a good reason).
Thousands attended the event with every vantage point taken. HERO Sir Roger Casement
Her first two paragraphs said nothing other than the fact that road tax is now called vehicle excise duty - point taken. I do not have a problem with cyclists - I just think that the existing roads do not suit them - although there is probably not a lot of traffic on Holy Island, As I said, the roads in this country are not built for cyclists - Holland is decades in front of us - and we need to decide whether to upgrade our system, in which case road tax for cyclists would cover some of the costs!
Steve McClaren's side still have faint hopes of automatic promotion but are likely to have to settle for a place in the play-offs, with their weak link being their away form, with just one point taken from a possible nine on the road in March.
Mark, my fiance, is a huge fan so I asked Liam to come inside to meet him, to which he replied, "I don't wanna meet 'im, I have to f**kin 'ear you talkin' abou' 'im every f**kin' day!" Ok, point taken! So Liam, come and be a guest on Loose Women, if you fink you're 'ard enuff!!!
Point taken. While hunting afield, it is best to identify targets with binoculars.
After all, we have made it big because of the support of our country, then why not fulfil our duties towards the government?" Point taken, Mr Kumar.
Two games in the lead and just one point taken is not good enough.
So, the point taken. I will be more respectful from now on and call DC, PM.
I stand by my own opinion on this subject and point taken from Mr Walker.
Point taken. Other artists in the show re created pools, sandboxes (for dogs only), and a cedar deck.
Point taken. A&E's grammarian needs to review the rules governing the pronominal possessives.
With just one point taken from their holiday games, North End have surrendered the initiative to Walsall in the race for automatic promotion alongside Fulham, so victory here is a must.
In addition, many people with MS have at some point taken experimental treatments which alter immune responses: we don't know the treatment status of those in these experiments, or how their treatments might affect these findings, and this needs to be considered.
"I was winning the second round until I went for a takedown against the cage and my hand slipped from behind his knee, so I accidentally grabbed on to his shorts and got a point taken from that," Parke (inset) said.