The location, on the Dorset coast, also happened to be right on his doorstep.
“He goes on location and pulls out what inspires him,” Eloy tells The Daily Beast.
Today, Barnard struggles to have a calling card beyond its location in New York and its affiliation with Columbia.
XXXX, you arrived at the UOF location up to 30 seconds after I had cuffed Mr.XXXX.
Then, and only then, can the technology work—first the location of debris and then its recovery.
But there are certain clues to the location of the disease which can be seen a long distance, a quarter of a mile, at any rate.
We had discovered the night before the location of the firm.
Such data are greatly influenced by location, method of getting supplies, and market fluctuations.
It was a distant sound, and its location was indefinite even to a sharp ear.
That someone had to get the stolen goods off the base and to a location from which it could be carried to civilization.
"position, place," 1590s, from Latin locationem (nominative locatio), noun of action from past participle stem of locare (see locate); Hollywood sense of "place outside a film studio where a scene is filmed" is from 1914.