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pinpoint

verb be specific, enumerate, fix in, focus, locate, place, quantify, site, situate, specify
Associated concepts: pinpoint rule
See also: designate, discover, locate
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In locating a feature on a map, the latitude and longitude bearings of the map can be fed into the machine, which is then used to pinpoint the physical location.
Harvey Golomb, president, Pinpoint Information Corp., Box 35, Chantilly, Vir.
He also said that PinPoint needed a brick-and-mortar location in Florida to get certain business.
Together, Crestron Fusion Cloud and the Crestron PinPoint app empower employees with the tools and environment they need to be successful.
Gina Manis-Anderson, the CEO of Savii Group, announces the details of PinPoint on The Andrea Kaye Show, which airs Mondays at 8 PM on KCBQ AM 1170.
Calzaghe Lilly put her stamina to great use when taking the Pinpoint Industrial 640m open on the card, taking advantage of a couple of greyhounds struggling to see out the stayers trip.
TOP TIPS DURAL BOUND (SUNDERLAND) SHANEBOY ALLEY (SUNDERLAND) SHANEBOY SPENCER (SUNDERLAND) PINPOINT MAXI (SUNDERLAND)
"We are now able to pinpoint particular roads and times when offences are most likely to happen and pass information on to our local policing units so they can step up patrols."
Epiq Systems Inc (NASDAQ:EPIQ), a provider of technology solutions for the legal profession, revealed on 7 April that its acquisition of Pinpoint Global Ltd, a provider of proprietary electronic discovery/electronic disclosure solutions, has further enhanced the company's London office expansion.
Pinpoint Laser Systems has developed a tool to facilitate the alignment of rollers, shafts, and web-handling systems.
Guardian Technologies International Inc (OTCBB:GDTI), a software technology developer, has said that its threat and explosives detection software technology for x-ray baggage systems, PinPoint, has been tested against live explosives in Madrid, Spain.
The new style of noninvasive but deeply revealing detection--call them "pinpoint searches"--will require rapid adjustments in both legal rules and social mores.