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pinpoints, plural;
  1. Absolutely precise; to the finest degree
    • - this weapon fired shells with pinpoint accuracy
  2. Tiny
    • - a pinpoint laser beam
  1. Find or locate exactly
    • - one flare had pinpointed the target
    • - it is difficult to pinpoint the source of his life's inspiration
  1. A tiny dot or point
    • - a pinpoint of light from a flashlight

  1. a very brief moment; "they were strangers sharing a pinpoint of time together"
  2. locate exactly; "can you pinpoint the position of the enemy?"; "The chemists could not nail the identity of the chromosome"
  3. speck: a very small spot; "the plane was just a speck in the sky"
  4. the sharp point of a pin
  5. The point of a pin; To identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy; Extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location
  6. (Pinpointing) Finding the exact target location with respect to a searchcoil's designated center. Accomplished by interpreting the centers of audio response width in perpendicular directions or scans. See also Detuning.
  7. pinpointing refers to the act of determining the precise location of a target. This can be accomplished by manually "detuning" a metal detector, or adjusting it to be less sensitive, and then sweeping the target response area again. ...
  8. Pinpoints are very small inclusions, difficult to see at 10x magnification.
  9. (Pinpoints) Inclusions appearing as very tiny white or black dots when viewed under 10X magnification, which when clustered can form a Cloud.
  10. (Pinpoints) One of the most common of inclusions, a pinpoint is a clear or white spot that occurs within the diamond during its formation.These are tiny crystalline growths. Return to Top  »
  11. fine, very tightly woven oxford cloth with a soft, silky feel and remarkable durability
  12. An inclusion within a diamond. A gathering of pinpoints is called a "cluster" or "cloud." A cloud or cluster can appear as a hazy area in the diamond, a pinpoint appears as a dot.
  13. A reference to a specific paragraph or page number within a judgement
  14. This is a stitch of two over and one under. It is very durable, but not as soft as other weaves.
  15. A very small white dot on the surface of the stone.   By far, the most common flaw that can be found on a diamond.
  16. Is smaller than a fleabite, like the point of a pin. Most dealers consider this mint.
  17. is the method of accurately determining the locating of a target prior to digging. Pinpointing uses the design of the search coil windings to determine the exact position of the detected target. Some detectors are equipped with a dedicated pinpoint mode, which aids in accurate recovery.
  18. Classic description of the peculiarly tiny bubbles that flow in a lasting fountain from the bottom of your glass when very fine Champagne is poured.
  19. A mode of operation that allows the hunter to determine the precise location of a target.
  20. HP-Convex's X Window System-based online documentation system
  21. (1) Any small rounded in­clusion seen at 10x but not large
  22. The player must pass a silver rod through a series of rings that are gradually getting smaller and touch the diamond on a box at the end. The rod must not touch any of the rings in order to succeed. Using the Simplify brought the second ring 20 centimetres closer. ...