verb (used with object), lo·cal·ized, lo·cal·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), lo·cal·ized, lo·cal·iz·ing.
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“What the facility-level data is showing us is how localized the pandemic can be,” she said.Nearly twice as many Americans are hospitalized right now with COVID-19 than in spring|Rachel King|December 22, 2020|Fortune
By localizing the magnetic field within different regions in the barrier, he and his team plan to probe “not only how long the particle spends in the barrier, but where within the barrier it spends that time,” he said.Quantum Tunnels Show How Particles Can Break the Speed of Light|Natalie Wolchover|October 20, 2020|Quanta Magazine
The move was designed to protect jobs and keep businesses afloat, but some have linked it to the rise of infections that led to the newly announced localized-lockdown scheme.
Search insights give brands a high-level view of the entire marketing landscape, but also the granularity to find specific localized opportunities and to understand the intent behind the trends.
It’s just that nobody ever found a way to test it and localize it to specific cells.Why do you feel lonely? Neuroscience is starting to find answers.|Amy Nordrum|September 4, 2020|MIT Technology Review
So Begala is smart to advise Democrats to “ localize and personalize.”
She lay perfectly still for several moments, trying to localize the sensation more definitely.The Dragon's Secret|Augusta Huiell Seaman
Germany has endeavored to localize the conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia.
The effect of this is to give protection against flanking or enfilade rifle-fire, and to localize the burst of shell.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
This was a rebuff to those who endeavoured to localize the illocatable.The Metaphysic of Christianity and Buddhism|Dawsonne M. Strong
Many persons will answer yes and will say that they 'localize' exterior objects.