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Synonyms for pinpoint

Synonyms for pinpoint

a very small mark

to look for and discover

to establish the identification of

Synonyms for pinpoint

a very brief moment

a very small spot

the sharp point of a pin

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locate exactly

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Now, the firm has launched the 3WordPhoto app, which adapts the same three-word pinpointing platform (in multiple languages) and applies it to photographs.
Finding bottlenecks and pinpointing the source of performance problems in these complex environments requires management software like the new releases of Compuware Strobe and Compuware iStrobe to help IT organizations identify and diagnose problems."
My only regret on this score was that the exhibition failed to fully expose Klein's incisive pinpointing of a crisis of identity as the fundamental human condition in the immediate postwar period.
"We now have a standard change process and vocabulary that is understood across all the different groups, that's much more effective at avoiding and pinpointing problems.
The calibrated receiver is a passive, network-independent device with the ability to see the "whole picture," as well as pinpointing channel interference and hackers.
Yanosky envisions a day in the not-too-distant future when students will be able to call for police by pushing special buttons on their laptops, and campus cops will be able to respond by pinpointing the location of any network user, within one to three feet.
The pounds 140,000 Chromovision scanner was adapted from U.S technology aimed at pinpointing sneak Soviet attacks.
These days, when most molecular biologists are caught up in the tidal wave of pinpointing and manipulating genes, the efforts of Engelberg-Kulka, Brimacombe, and others at the conference to understand RNA and ribosomes seem but a ripple.
* Users of information management systems will have increased capabilities and flexibility through artificial intelligence (officers may talk into computers that "learn" from past information), video teleconferencing (a witness from California may appear "live" at a trial in New York), and executive support systems that "look" for similar modus operandi in high-priority crimes and perhaps assist in pinpointing serial criminals.
A significant portion of costs for operations such as pipe location, leak pinpointing and leak surveying, arise from the inadequacies of their sensing technologies, some of which have not changed significantly in nearly 30 years.