Did you maybe mean located?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of locate.
“Marin locates the converse of this fetishistic masochism in "the sadism of the subject who is fascinated by the body of the King," exemplified as much in Wolcot as in the caricature that Marin goes on to analyze.”
“Unlike a pronoun, a specific name locates, sums up, emphasizes an event that has been or will become; it is done to orientate (even if, as in a lie, to veil).”
“The other chapter, a survey of "Festivals of Revolution," locates "the celebratory May Day, a festive seizure of working-class initiative that encompassed demands for shorter hours, improvement in conditions, and socialist agitation and organization" against the backdrop of the traditional spring calendar of class confrontation.”
“At the same time, the introduction of voice (assuming no effective voice alteration software) closes down a whole range of other performative possibilities, because voice socially "locates" people so powerfully (like those darned Australians).”
“Pasternak locates ground zero in Cane Valley, 30 miles northeast of Arizona's gorgeous red rock country, Monument Valley.”
“Though Maeve locates him quickly, their troubles have only begun, and they're soon caught in the crossfire of a heated battle between rich developers intent on gentrification and the last tenants at a decaying flophouse, a trio of old Jewish men calling themselves the Resistance.”
“Until finally she locates the killer and follows him in her car to her old intersection.”
“Guided by MRI, the doctor locates and destroys fibroids with ablation and without making an incision.”
“Defensive end Darryl Tapp can't get to Manning, so he locates the ball, jumps and bats the pass—right to a very alert safety Quintin Mikell.”
“In one scene Torres locates a stockpile of drugs and weapons following a shoot out in the Jacarezinho shantytown.”
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