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site-specific

[sahyt-spi-sif-ik] /ˈsaɪt spɪˈsɪf ɪk/
adjective
1.
created, designed, or selected for a specific site:
a site-specific sculpture.
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Examples from the web for site-specific
  • Geothermal is often site-specific and expensive to get started.
  • For site-specific issues such as shading, you need to make more detailed measurements.
  • Previous studies were small-scale and site-specific.
  • Almost without exception, it's designed to be ephemeral and site-specific.
  • As devotees know, this is site-specific music with a vengeance.
  • We've gone well past site-specific user profiles and simple cookies that track where you've been on the web.
  • And it would also be good to tie in other factors besides site-specific pollution data.
  • Its normal emphasis on site-specific work thus has taken on an added elegiac quality.
Contemporary definitions for site-specific
adjective

pertaining to something that is confined to or valid for a particular place

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