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- v. Present participle of locate.
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- n. the act of putting something in a certain place or location.
- n. a determination of the location of something.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of putting something in a certain place
- n. a determination of the place where something is
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Women's practices of personal naming capture even more plainly the difficulties involved in "locating" a woman's life historically, and the complex ways in which women in Magude have claimed their own mappings of self - and placehood within and against androcentric visions of their past.
The sun came out, and he succeeded in locating the points of the compass, though he knew now that he was lost.
I take much greater pleasure in locating the books myself; putting together a hodge-podge little collection of books found one at a time in book stores all over the world.
I am interested in locating other old hacienda ruins such as La Cienega del Carmen (near Parras) discussed by Rolly.
I wouldn't say one area or another was more receptive, but in locating couples,
A controlled experiment by entomologists at the University of Florida found that dogs were 98 percent accurate in locating live bedbugs in hotel rooms.
For anyone with any kind of MP3 player, though, doubleTwist can be helpful in locating and grabbing podcasts.
Crane assisted a recovery team in locating the crash.
Al Hausske also assisted in locating the area of the former camp through his dialogues with some of the local villagers.
The dealership is having difficulty in locating the names of the owners of the vandalized vehicles.