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Synonyms for narrow down

become more focus on an area of activity or field of study

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New Delhi/ Patna/ Lucknow/ Chennai, March 19 (ANI): Key allies of ruling Congress party on Wednesday continued hectic negotiations to narrow down differences over seat-sharing talks for national polls beginning next month.
That's what the "roadmap," is designed to help you to do: narrow down the list first by finding the diagnostic tests that are likely to be the most helpful.
Engineers can start with the highest layer (for example in a FC fabric, this layer may be FCP or SSCI-over-layer) to narrow down to a problem FCP exchange.
in South Carolina to narrow down the entire list of applicants to a final few.
It allows buyers to narrow down searches, and gives sellers the opportunity to showcase their homes, both inside and out.
Maintaining that goal helped us narrow down the field and finally select Brad's firm.
The concept of a dynamic newsletter was initiated to narrow down the target demographics and separate direct mail efforts by patient and consumer.
Based on majority answers, no matter which questions you ask (or how many), you can't narrow down the choices to a single pair.
But it was San Fernando Valley that was not only the favorite of the board, but of the public at large, which was given a chance to narrow down 25 names to 10.
Now, companies can see at a glance what's available, get a sense of prevailing lease rates or sale prices, begin to narrow down the listings, and start the buying or leasing process right away.
Chief Inspector Mike Alderson, the inquiry team spokesman, said he believed it would narrow down the search for the man, who was spotted with the girl at the Granada Services, Knutsford, on the M6 motorway.