Definitions for "Pinpoint"
a very small inclusion, seen under 10X magnification as a very tiny dot. Pinpoints can be single or in groups.
Tiny, speck-like crystals inside a diamond. Several of these together may form a cloud in the stone that appears to be hazy.
a very small spot; "the plane was just a speck in the sky"
A mode of operation that allows the operator to detemine the precise location of a target still in the ground
is the method of accurately determining the locating of a target prior to digging. Pinpointing uses the design of the search coil windings to determine the exact position of the detected target. Some detectors are equipped with a dedicated pinpoint mode, which aids in accurate recovery.
meticulously precise; "pinpoint accuracy"
Keywords:  ltl, spoke, nationwide, hub, shipments
a specific, defined, appropriate and identified movement cycle representing a single operant.
Dependable, nationwide transportation for all your LTL shipments that provides efficient "hub and spoke" operation.
Keywords:  poplin, oxford, count, woven, thread
A very tightly woven fabric with a very high thread count per inch, making the fabric very soft, a cross between poplin and oxford.
locate exactly; "can you pinpoint the position of the enemy?"; "The chemists could not nail the identity of the chromosome"
a very brief moment; "they were strangers sharing a pinpoint of time together"
HP-Convex's X Window System-based online documentation system
a reference to a specific page or paragraph number
Keywords:  sharp, point
the sharp point of a pin
A microscopic included crystal.
a geometric pattern, see Standard grain