Pinpointed sentence example

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  • The hair on the back of Darian's neck rose suddenly, and his newfound ability to track Watchers and Others pinpointed where the Watcher would appear before it did.
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  • Many problems can be pinpointed using a sleep log.
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  • Alternative approaches designed to rebalance the body's energy flow, such as acupuncture and constitutional homeopathy, may be helpful in cases where the cause of dizziness cannot be pinpointed.
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  • With contrast enhancement, the exact location of the obstruction can be pinpointed in the scans or x ray film.
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  • The researchers who pinpointed the localized gene on chromosome 2 (DYX3) hope that this finding will lead to earlier and more precise diagnoses of dyslexia.
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  • Researchers identified the gene for WAS in 1994 and pinpointed its location on the short arm of the X chromosome.
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  • The five stages of grief were pinpointed in 1969 by psychiatrist Elisabeth Kubler-Ross.
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  • Leaks, backed up drains, and other issues should be pinpointed using the checklist.
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  • For those with the 'perfect' 28 day cycle, the advice is to concentrate on having sexual intercourse between days 12 and 16 to make absolutely sure that the 'peak' day when ovulation occurs is pinpointed.
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  • Medical science remained in the dark for a few more centuries, until 1932 when vitamin C deficiency was pinpointed as the cause.
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  • Historians have not pinpointed the exact moment when people began mixing metals to create two-tone jewelry; however, it's safe to assume this happened hundreds or even thousands of years ago.
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  • Often she finds that there may be easily pinpointed reasons as to why they've been unsuccessful in the dating game.
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  • It is usually pinpointed on the upper back or facial area of both men and women.
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