- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of triangulate.
“I have not calculated anything, but I might conjecture it would take at least five pulsars to minimally characterize a gravity wave, which in a spacetime sense acts as a 4-dim tetraheron that "triangulates" the spacetime.”
“This is not the only time the senator 'triangulates' her 180 degree policy shifts, as she morphs into the spitting image of a DLC neocon.”
“Through a fateful letter, Kerr's intuitive, bilingual governess Edith Hunter triangulates the characters, who evolve over forty years.”
“I love how she fits into the Coffee House list that triangulates around Anne Waldman, Brenda Coultas, and Quincy Troupe.”
“This triangulates user interest based on broader patterns of check-ins.”
“The system then triangulates the information from each camera to map the position of the ball.”
“Your phone triangulates itself based on how far away you are from certain wi-fi hotspots.”
“— Patrick Di Justo Cell Towers Accuracy: varies (about 500 meters in our test) You might think that your iPhone triangulates its location by using multiple cell towers, but it actually needs only one.”
“Hillary triangulates while they put their lives on the line.”
“While McCain put his life on the line; Hillary triangulates.”
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