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situate

(now used esp in legal contexts) situated; located
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Using dynamic asset policies, Situate leverages its own automation to query an entire computational environment to auto-configure asset groups and then execute workflows across those groups.
Clair Drake's Black Folk Here and There: An Essay in History and Anthropology (University of California Center for AfroAmerican Studies, February 1991) also situates African descendants within a global context, examining issues of racism and colorism over time and across geographies.
The topic of computer ethics was introduced as a way to situate instruction in Usenet protocol.