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location

1. a place outside a studio where filming is done
2. Computing a position in a memory capable of holding a unit of information, such as a word, and identified by its address
3. Roman and Scots law the letting out on hire of a chattel or of personal services

Location

 

the determination of the position of an object. A distinction is made among sonar, optical location, and radar, depending on the method used. Many animals have the ability to locate objects.

location

[lō′kā·shən]
(computer science)
Any place in which data may be stored; usually expressed as a number.

location

Location

The identification of one's current physical location on the planet. Turning Location on in a phone or tablet activates the GPS radio in the device. See location app and GPS.
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We provide incredibly accurate locational data for golf enthusiasts to pinpoint where their clubs are at all times, ensure they are returned quickly if lost and even receive alerts when their bags are being moved or roughly handled," said Mike Allen, CEO of LugTrack.
These distinctions are not only expressed in the locational enclitics and the derived locational verbs, but also in an additional set of directional verbs, given in Table 1 below.
The activities of an MNE can, and do result in an improvement in the locational assets of less-developed countries (Lall 1990, 1997).
The treatments of reliability, market architecture, and locational prices are even more successful.
Eurelectric wants the EU to roll grants, subsidies and feed-in laws for renewable energies and combined heat and power into such a review, to ensure a comprehensive and holistic framework prevents locational signals fuelling market distortion.
In this compilation of sources in agricultural geography, Rumney (geography, SUNY-Plattsburgh) provides a list of literature on geographical and locational attributes, crops and cropping patterns, animal husbandry, dairying, farm land, and agricultural populations, and conservation, social, and environmental issues, which are sorted geographically and by topic, then chronological order.
Mitchell's treatment of locational conflict in the 1964 Berkeley Free Speech Movement in Chapter 3 is the most successful.
Even if you do not link a map into locational technology there is still a lot of information which can be revealed about a subject.
The animated presentation details the three main components of the new market: the Integrated Forward Market, Locational Marginal Pricing and a Full Network Model.
I still think producers are struggling with locational differences and basis.
GeoSystems is a leading provider of high-quality maps, locational software, digital map data, marketing-support systems and other application-specific geographic information systems.
FERC also approved a component of MRTU known as Locational Marginal Pricing, which will reveal the true wholesale cost of delivering electricity where it needs to go.