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lo·ca·tion

 (lō-kā′shən)
n.
1. The act or process of locating: Location of the lost hikers took two days.
2. A place where something is or could be located; a site.
3. A site away from a studio at which part or all of a movie is shot: filming a Western on location in the Mexican desert.
4. A tract of land that has been surveyed and marked off.

[Latin locātiō, locātiōn-, a placing, from locātus, past participle of locāre, to place; see locate.]

lo·ca′tion·al adj.

locational

(ləʊˈkeɪʃənəl)
adj
of or relating to location
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Business owners may apply for several requirements at the one-stop shop, including locational clearance, fire safety evaluation and permits for building and occupancy.
This is a very serious subject and the public should have been invited nang sa ganun malaman nila bakit kinakailangang mag-renew ng locational clearance ang coal project ng JG Summit (so that they could be made aware about the need for the locational clearance of the coal project of JG Summit)," Dimacuha said.
Governments and their agencies require the right geographically referenced locational information and tools to respond to the national agenda for achieving sustainable development.
In this paper, I work to empirically assess the extent to which "surveillant anxiety" meaningfully describes living under conditions of pervasive dataveillance in the context of locational data collection, tracking, and disclosure through networked information communication technologies (ICTs).
But councillors fear that the isolated site on which they wish to build is inappropriate for this type of development due to there being "no exceptional locational need.
Concomitantly, locational error (distance between the estimated GPS location and true GPS location) and quality of fix are also forms of potential bias inherent in the collection of GPS data.
All facilities and pipelines included in the GIS layers are verified for locational accuracy.
A spokesman for Little Chef reads: "The sites earmarked for closure have been trading unprofitably for a number of years due to a variety of economic and locational factors.
The company said that the sites earmarked for closure had been trading unprofitably for a number of years due to "a variety of economic and locational factors", although it said remaining sites are all trading profitably.
The sites earmarked for closure have been trading unprofitably for a number of years due to "a variety of economic and locational factors", the company said, but remaining sites are all trading profitably.
Second, the paper is intended to generate honest arguments among practitioners, policy makers and intellectuals for possible resolution of potential locational conflicts in the built environment in the interest of local, regional and national sustainability.
The rating also mirrors the experienced owners of the firm, as well as the locational advantage of its production unit with its proximity to raw material sources.