localize

[ loh-kuh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF localize

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They vindicate, as they localize, the sincerity of Hillford.

This was a rebuff to those who endeavoured to localize the illocatable.

And the only way in which you can localize them again is to expand your areas to their new scale.

Then began efforts on the part of Great Britain to localize the war.

It seemed to him that he had seen her before, but he was unable to localize her face.

This would naturally give rise to a tradition, or would lead the people to revive some familiar tradition and localize it.

She lay perfectly still for several moments, trying to localize the sensation more definitely.

In the meantime we had endeavored to localize the conflict by most emphatic steps.

Our desire to localize the conflict and to preserve the peace of Europe remains unchanged.

The fact is, that there is really something wrong with him, but he does not know how to localize his sensations.

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