Did you possibly mean pinpointed?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pin-point.
“I have figured out that once I have my destinations pin-pointed on Google Maps, it is simple to re-arrange and rationalize their order.”
“The more I think I've got attractive areas pin-pointed, the more I realize just how many possibilities exist and how few of them I've seen.”
“They've just pin-pointed the month when it stopped getting worse.”
“Now, as a teacher of the body arts and acknowledged kinesiology geek, I am not thrown by this pain, but instead immediately enthralled by the challenge being presented to me by these pin-pointed symbols of sexiness.”
“The warrantless wiretapping program was a dragnet and not a carefully pin-pointed program?!?!?”
“And, in fact, most of the intelligence I believe -- and the minister can correct me if he thinks I'm wrong -- but most of the intelligence in terms of how this FARC unit was pin-pointed was developed by the Colombian government itself.”
“GOOD: The peeps there felt sorry for me and gave me a “free consultation” where pin-pointed the problem and how to work from there.”
“But I am really trying to ignore them because Friend has pin-pointed the "object of her ridicule" (I swear she called him that) and she's staring him down.”
“Although the State had tried to show there were differences between their training and that given to national servicemen, these alleged differences were not pin-pointed.”
“More than 180 people were evicted from farms near Nelspruit two months ago, while the government has also pin-pointed Secunda and”
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