- v. present participle of pinpoint.
“I've never noticed it and would be interested in pinpointing it, mas o menos.”
“Is their unexpectedly sophisticated navigational ability due to gravitational differences, an incredible innate accuracy in pinpointing position by measuring the angles of the sun's rays, or due to the effects of magnetism in underlying rocks?”
“This function is completely separate from the E911 locator function which can enable 911 operators in pinpointing the location of a cellular caller very rapidly.”
“Commander Richard's emergency radio helped in pinpointing his location and he was rescued by helicopter approximately 30 minutes after landing.”
“Cdr. Coskey had previously beentold that the rescue helicopter was on the way and that he should try to turn on his strobe light to assist in pinpointing his location.”
“This kind of pinpointing, however, ran considerable judicial risk.33”
“We then combine the results with structured-data insights to solve business problems, such as pinpointing customer satisfaction issues or defining cross-sell or up-sell opportunities.”
“The solution provides monitoring and analysis tools, which help businesses make more informed decisions on issues such as pinpointing fraud.”
“Whether pinpointing enemies, hunting pirates or tracking drug smugglers, the multipurpose craft are at the vanguard of the robotic revolution transforming warfare.”
“Google and Apple are gathering location information as part of their race to build massive databases capable of pinpointing people's locations via their cellphones.”
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