Definition of locator
: one that locates something (such as a mining claim or the course of a road)
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The USDA has a summer meal program locator, which tells you where your region’s summer meals programs are located.
Some locations may not have the deal — to find out if a local Krispy Kreme will be offering the sale, customers can use the company's store locator.
If an accident occurs and a standard recorder is submerged, a locator beacon activates and emits an ultrasonic acoustic signal for 30 days, during which time recovery will hopefully occur.
Recipes are a bit like directions to a destination: GPS or a locator app will map out a route, but if the driver knows a shortcut or wants a more scenic drive, the directions can always be adapted.
The trick to fixing your problem is meticulous paperwork: a record of your reservation, a record of your cancellation and any associated cancellation numbers, ticket numbers or record locators.
The lower courts have generally said police do not need a search warrant to get cell phone locator records, relying on a Supreme Court decision from 38 years ago.
The cart was found across the street from the course and was missing a GPS locator.
Under the new law, the fees for boats with a position-indicating radio beacon, or whose owner has a personal locator beacon, will now pay $2.95 to $141.15.
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