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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pinpoint.
  • n. Plural form of pinpoint.

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Examples

  • The nickname pinpoints his place in the highest echelons of keepers in that it honours an ability that brought frequent comparisons to his contemporary Lev Yashin, the impermeable 'Black Octopus'.

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  • If you prick your finger on a rosebush, nerves carry signals to the brain, the brain pinpoints the location of the injury and sounds an alarm to pull back to prevent further damage.

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  • The Warpstar Sexysquad's mission is to preserve quantum pinpoints, meaningless moments in history that, if erased, could destroy the fabric of the universe.

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  • And yes, it kind of pinpoints why we were ... not unimpressed, but sort of overwhelmed with how Tony Hillerman sure could tell a story.

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  • And yes, it kind of pinpoints why we were … not unimpressed, but sort of overwhelmed with how heavy-handed this episode seemed at times.

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  • And yes, it kind of pinpoints why we were ... not unimpressed, but sort of overwhelmed with how

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  • And yes, it kind of pinpoints why we were ... not unimpressed, but sort of overwhelmed with how What Goes Around Comes Around

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  • (A screener) kind of pinpoints at risk children. "

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  • This application shows a rotating globe and pinpoints the locations of LinkedIn's newest members, their position and company they work for, using Google Earth.

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  • His face was in profile, turned toward the sky, and I could see pinpoints of light reflected in his eyes—stars, streetlights.

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