It brought the dot up to dead center point in the locator plate and stopped.
He sensed Kerim's eyes on him but kept his gaze fixed on the locator plate.
I started taking the big set apart and then remembered the receiver for the locator and got at that, too.
"Three miles from the buffalo waller," our locator had said.
Now the star map began to glide through the locator plate, carrying the fixed green dot with it.
But the locator was not disturbed by a little thing like that.
The locator signal is almost exactly north-by-northeast of us.
A locator with a hayrack full of seekers was coming at a reckless pace, not stopping for the trails.
He soon made the acquaintance of a professional "locator," a human parasite that hovers around the border of all Government land.
locator lo·ca·tor (lō'kā'tər)
An instrument or apparatus for finding the position of a foreign object in tissue.