It is as hard as pinpointing potential serial killers from the general population.
But pinpointing a proper dose is challenging, as are the ethics of involving patients with early-stage cancers, he says.
She's very good at pinpointing the feeling of how it progresses, the ways to keep yourself grounded.
The drivers pressed close in on him, pinpointing him in the middle of the intersection.
Now as to that last factor, would the X-rays be of material assistance to you in pinpointing the specific locale of the exit?
also pin-point, "point of a pin," 1849, from pin (n.) + point (n.). Taken into aeronautics in sense "place identified from the air," hence verb meaning "locate precisely" (1917), which originally was aviators' slang. Related: Pinpointed; pinpointing. As an adjective, "performed with precisional accuracy," 1944, originally of aerial bombing.