Crossword clues for located
The Collaborative International Dictionary
located \located\ adj.
situated in a particular spot or position; as, valuable centrally located urban land.
Syn: placed, set, situated.
situated: often used in combination; as, a well-located business.
vb. (en-past of: locate)
Usage examples of "located".
When the inflammation is located in an organ within a cavity, as the lungs, hot fomentations will be of great service.
Physiologists assign to the cerebrum its functions, and neurological, as well as phrenological writers, have located them as represented in Fig.
The all important question is, not whether phrenologists have properly located and rightly earned all the faculties of mind, but have their expositions been useful in the development of truth.
It was successively located in New York, Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois, from the last of which it was expelled by force of arms, and in 1848 established in Utah.
The surrounding parts are not very sensitive, but the limb on which it is located is apt to be swollen.
A polypus located at the junction of the nasal passages and throat by force of gravity always causes obstruction to the lower nasal cavity when lying down.
Usually the disease is located in the upper part of the pharynx, or throat, behind and above the uvula and soft palate, and is thus hidden from view when looking into the throat through the mouth.
Tumors located in the body or neck of the uterus often cause obstruction to the free discharge of the menses.
Sometimes, ulcers located in the rectum, give very little unpleasant sensation in the bowel, but produce pain in the bladder, with frequent desire to urinate.
The microscope informs us not only of the presence of disease, but very often of the particular portion of the kidney in which it is located, as well as of the stage which the disease has reached.
The pain in the kidney left me, but immediately located in the bladder.
Mode of employing flexion for the arrest of hemorrhage from a wound located below the elbow.
Mode of employing flexion for the arrest of hemorrhage from a wound located between the thigh and knee.
Hotel are very pleasant, it being located in the finest built part of the city, among the most elegant residences.
The dining-rooms for gentlemen, as well as those for ladies, are located in the basement, which is reached either by stairways or by the elevator.