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pinpoint

[′pin‚pȯint]
(navigation)
A precisely identified point, especially on the ground, that locates a very small target, a reference point for rendezvous or for other purposes; the coordinates that define this point.
The ground position of aircraft determined by direct observation of the ground.
To establish (position) with great accuracy.

pinpoint

A precisely identified point, especially on the ground, that locates a very small target. A reference point for a rendezvous, such as one's position. It may be determined by direct observation, the use of navigational aids, or plotting a fix. In plotting, a pinpoint is indicated by the symbol image—a circle with a dot in it along with the time noted beside it.
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The accompanying AceWare suite of device management and configuration tools has been enhanced to support the new event reporting feature of ALEOS, enabling PinPoint XT users to control the data collected and transmitted based on the occurrence of an exception, reducing the amount of data passed over the network.
I wouldn't describe Pinpoint as particularly well handicapped, but the same goes for Ordnance Row and I think the former is better eqipped to carry a big weight and has a better chance of running some sort of race.
There's another advantage to applying the Fourth Amendment's protections to pinpoint searches: It would create an obstacle to the use of the search power to harass, something that loomed large in the fears of the Founders.
By mapping the paths of the muons, the machine should be able to pinpoint a chamber.
Pupils that remain very small, or pinpoint, might suggest that a person is abusing methadone, opiates (such as heroin), codeine, morphine, or propoxyphene (Darvon).
The Pinpoint Capture software provides a large numerical display, a moving strip chart of the measurement reading, and a bar display showing signal strength to assist in setups.
For example, Simpson notes that it allowed the allied forces to pinpoint their bombing during the Gulf War.
Further analysis of the photos has now enabled the astronomer to pinpoint the position of this satellite -- soon to be renamed Pan -- to within 1 kilometer.