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Synonyms for situate

Synonyms for situate

to put in or assign to a certain position or location

Synonyms for situate

determine or indicate the place, site, or limits of, as if by an instrument or by a survey

put (something somewhere) firmly

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Installing and configuring Situate gets even simpler with the Connection Doctor that can diagnose connection and security-related problems (such as firewalls, certificate issues, login/password problems) between computational assets.
Her analysis situates the locus of the transformation of various Central and West Africans peoples into Afro-Brazilians within the evolution of the Candomble, the Afro-Brazilian religion that is the basis of much of the culture of Bahia.
Collaborating -- the librarian or peer acts as a collaborator, which also situates the search process in a nonisolating context more typical of real world information seeking tasks.
This is a perfect fit for Valley National Bank, and will situate them in the heart of a desirable and thriving residential market.
Accordingly, the STLI curriculum situates leaders' learning in school-based technology leadership issues, nurtures the community of leaders established during the face-to-face summer experience, and supplies necessary tools to conceptually and practically engage in technology leadership.
Rice, who has published other articles on Toni Morrison's uses of music in her fiction, convincingly situates the improvisatory actions of Paul D and the other chain-gang prisoners in Beloved within the context of Jazz and liberation.