When on location in Cambodia for a photoshoot, Angelina Jolie told E!
Not until 2010 did Garrett see Nazaré as the location where he could achieve his biggest-wave feat.
“He goes on location and pulls out what inspires him,” Eloy tells The Daily Beast.
XXXX, you arrived at the UOF location up to 30 seconds after I had cuffed Mr.XXXX.
There was a lot of stressors going on, because it was our last day in that location.
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.
They had evidently discovered the location of the cellar, and were enjoying themselves.
Such data are greatly influenced by location, method of getting supplies, and market fluctuations.
You know its location: a mile, perhaps, from Gatun Dam and the spillway.
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.