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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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In some cases a single word pinpoints a letter within itself:
American-born Donald Hancock was stunned to discover his house by Loch Tay is pinpointed by web users who type "Scotland" into Google Maps.
Developed in Iraq and Afghanistan by US engineers to pinpoint incoming fire, the pounds 139,000 system is being used in America to cut gun crime.
The new style of noninvasive but deeply revealing detection--call them "pinpoint searches"--will require rapid adjustments in both legal rules and social mores.
"If something goes awry, we can pinpoint where on campus someone is, down to a few dozen feet," says UM's Goldman.
When a computer pinpoints a face, a different program translates human physical features into a mathematical code, then seeks for a match in the database of coded faces.
The Magnascanner PD 6500 from Garrett Metal Detectors is a microprocessor-based walk-through metal detector that features an enhanced multicoil detection field that pinpoints a target's exact location within distinct areas of the archway.
The system uses an on-board computer to record when the train wheels begin to slip and pinpoints the position using a satellite.
whether it is burning the right amount of oil - and pinpoints heating system malfunctions.
The PD 6500's multicoil detection field pinpoints the exact location of any metal object within distinct areas of the archway, whether on the left, right, or in the center of the body, from head to toe.
The neutron map pinpoints a protein's location in space but gives no information about the placement of that protein relative to the RNA, he notes.
Through a process of elimination, MBW says most leaks can be pinpointed to within 18 inches horizontally of the vertical location.