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The personas you’ve created can act as the locus of the content topic universe, enabling you to brainstorm themes that are specific to that type of customer.
HOW TO DRIVE THE FUNNEL THROUGH CONTENT MARKETING AND LINK BUILDINGGEORGE NGUYENSEPTEMBER 10, 2021SEARCH ENGINE LAND
For small to mid-sized rooms at middle-to-mildly loud volumes, bookshelf speakers stand at the locus between price, footprint, and performance, while also presenting an enormous amount of options in the price range, design, and features.
THE BEST BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS FILL YOUR ROOM WITH SOUND, NOT CLUTTERTONY WAREJULY 19, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
The points in the resulting locus were all the same distance away from the intersection.
CAN YOU BOWL THREE STRIKES?ZACH WISSNER-GROSSJUNE 18, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Today, conservative media isn’t just a locus of power on the right.
WHAT A SCORCHING JOHN BOEHNER BOOK EXCERPT SAYS ABOUT TODAY’S GOPPAUL WALDMANAPRIL 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Thus we find even in medival times, Westminster alluded to by monkish writers as a locus terribilis or sacred place.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Est hic insignis locus, si quis alius est in toto Paulo: proinde diligenter excutere singulas particulas convenit.
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE SECOND EPISTLE TO THE CORINTHIANSJAMES DENNEY
The evolute of a curve is the curve which is the envelope of all its normals or the locus of all its centres of curvature.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
Nec mora, condicitur pugn locus, eidemque stata temporis meta prfigitur.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
Vnde locus ille hoc nomine Anglico Qualmhul, a strage uidelicet et sepultura interfectorum merito meruit intitulari.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
Nec fuit terrarum locus ita remotus, in quo rumor, fama, timor Wischardi per omnium fer ora non volitaret.
THE HISTORY OF CHIVALRYG. P. R. JAMES
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WORDS RELATED TO LOCUS

  • areas
  • bailiwicks
  • belts
  • districts
  • domains
  • haunts
  • holes
  • homes
  • loca
  • locations
  • neck of the woods
  • neighborhoods
  • places
  • positions
  • regions
  • scenes
  • sectors
  • sites
  • spheres
  • spots
  • stages
  • stomping grounds
  • territories
  • theaters
  • tracts
  • turfs
  • venues
  • vicinities
  • zones
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