View definitions for location
Your town or county might even have special drop-off locations for ballots that require no postage.
More than a third of outbreaks during the pandemic’s first five months stemmed from locations in four ZIP codes.
However, if they click over to the Shopping tab they’ll typically see a “nearby” filter that will only display retailer locations with in-store inventory.
During in-person absentee voting, voters can request, complete and submit a ballot all at once at a designated location, such as a county clerk’s office.
Some perfect locations were within state park borders where my scientific collecting permit wasn’t valid.
In a remote location with little means for economic development, the Brogpas have cultivating this identity to their advantage.
They even switched off their location service—one of the main perks of the program.
The show started filming in Israel over the summer, but was forced to abandon the location as political tensions escalated.
Keep the location work to second unit so I wouldn't have to be away from Alma?
I had chosen a seat by the window, but Poitras vetoed the location.
The economic destiny of a region is greatly influenced by its natural resources as well as by its location.
But in that brief glimpse upward, Black Hood had marked the location of one of the steam pipes.
Oral evidence may be admitted to establish the location of monuments, and even hearsay evidence may be used for the purpose.
The location is an essential element, and the policy will not be stretched to cover property not within the description.
A narrow, circular stairway leads to the tower, from which the beauty of the location is at once apparent.
On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to location, such as: area, district, locale, neighborhood, part, and point.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.