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locate

[′lō‚kāt]
(mining engineering)
To mark out the boundaries of a mining claim and establish the right of possession.
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"This function enabled employees to cause the system to grant locate requests based on the amount of reliable start-of-day inventory reported to Goldman Sachs by large financial institutions, even though its automated system had already deemed this inventory to be depleted based on locate requests processed earlier in the day," the order states.
All registrants had the opportunity to participate in the Locate from Hell.
Municipal accountants may well be able to locate additional, similarly maintained accounts that need greater protection.
At first this type of activity may seem to have little relevance to the students' classroom curriculum, but its purpose is to provide an activity parallel to what the students will be doing for classroom projects in order to help them begin learning how to locate and select materials they will need for a unit on ants, spiders, etc.
* Trying to locate any soldiers who served in the US Army while stationed at Schweinfurt, Germany in 1963-1966, while assigned to the 7th Cavalry.
"Global Locate set out to create a GPS receiver unlike any other ever made," said Dr.
The Messenger RLS goes beyond zone-level coverage to locate residents with pin point accuracy.