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Noun
/ˈCHekˌpoint/,
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checkpoints, plural;
  1. A barrier or manned entrance, typically at a border, where travelers are subject to security checks

  2. A place along the route of a long-distance race where the time for each competitor is recorded

  3. A location whose exact position can be verified visually or electronically, used by pilots to aid navigation


  1. a place (as at a frontier) where travellers are stopped for inspection and clearance
  2. Checkpoint is a 2003 documentary film by Israeli filmmaker Yoav Shamir, showing the everyday interaction between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian civilians at several of the regions Israel Defence Forces checkpoints. ...
  3. Cell cycle checkpoints are control mechanisms that ensure the fidelity of cell division in eukaryotic cells. These checkpoints verify whether the processes at each phase of the cell cycle have been accurately completed before progression into the next phase. ...
  4. "Checkpoint" is the twelfth episode of season 5 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  5. Checkpoint is a 1956 British crime drama film directed by Ralph Thomas and starring Anthony Steel, Odile Versois, Stanley Baker, and James Robertson Justice.
  6. Checkpoint is an American novel written by Nicholson Baker in 2004.
  7. Checkpoint is a 1991 pinball machine released by Data East. The game had the first dot matrix display (DMD) ever used on a pinball game. It used a "half-height" DMD as compared to the standard DMD used by Williams.
  8. (Checkpoints) a daily listing of "must-know" knowledge for fourthclassmen (consists of meal menus, days until graduation for each of the three upper classes and who is senior officer of the day), also the title of a magazine published quarterly by the Association of Graduates (AOG)
  9. Checkpoints are verification points in a test * Test without checkpoint would never have a pass status * Checkpoints can be of types ± Built-in checkpoints ± Custom checkpoints * Types of Built-in checkpoints available are 1. Standard checkpoints: Verify properties of an object 2. ...
  10. (checkpoints) A set of conditions that well-formed artifacts of a particular type should exhibit. May also be stated in the form of questions which should be answered in the affirmative.
  11. Save the entire state of a Cactus run to a file, so that the run can be restarted at a later time.
  12. An entry in the journal file that defines a position after which run-unit updates to the database can be reversed during recovery.
  13. Also known as a control.
  14. A critical control point in the cell cycle where stop and go-ahead signals can regulate the cycle.
  15. (1) A sequence of instructions in a computer program for recording the status of execution for restarting. T. (2) A point at which information about the status of a job and the system can be recorded so that the job step can be later restarted. IBM.
  16. an Access Control Point (ACP); see CHECKMATE, BARBED WIRE; compare CHOKE POINT, WAY POINT.
  17. An internal file pool server operation during which the changes recorded on the log minidisks are permanently made to the file pool.
  18. an obvious feature on the map or ground which can be used to check that you are keeping to your chosen route.
  19. An obstruction of traffic on a road or highway to inform the public of an emergency situation.
  20. Unlike the savepoint the checkpoint is only executed on request and only when all the transactions have been completed. When you start a complete data backup with checkpoint, all the transactions currently running are completed and no further write transactions are permitted. ...
  21. One or more points in a race course where it is verified that the rider has passed through that point.  Reduces cheating (in theory).
  22. A conspicuous feature on the terrain used to check one's progress toward a destination
  23. A place in a program where a check or a recording of data for restart purposes is performed.
  24. (JP 1-02, NATO)- 1. A predetermined point on the surface of the earth used as a means of controlling movement, a registration target for fire adjustment, or reference for location. 2. Center of impact; a burst center. 3. ...
  25. A place on the course that you must visit to officially finish the race. Here you will get a signature or punch in your passport for proof of your visit.