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Location

A physical place. The location of a business is vitally important. For example, an oil company needs to station itself near oil. Likewise, a retail grocery store needs to be accessible from major roads.

location

see INDUSTRIAL LOCATION.
References in classic literature ?
In the same remarkable way they never forget the location of any place to which they have ever been, and know that of many of which they have only heard from others who have visited them.
The colonel assured him that they would, and a moment later Tarzan had traced upon the map the location of three that had been bothering the English.
Here it was that the Ithaca came to anchor in a little harbor, while her crew under von Horn, and the Malay first mate, Bududreen, accompanied Professor Maxon in search of a suitable location for a permanent camp.
The Subway chain is planning to take another bite out of the Big Apple with proposals to open over 50 locations throughout the metropolitan area over the next two years.
A small dry cleaning service would need a location as far as possible from its nearest competitor, while a mid-sized manufacturing firm would want space in an industrial park, where lease rates would be lower than retail or commercial locations.
This sixteen-hour, action-packed course presents the National Safety Council's curriculum and shapes general nursing skills to respond to the needs of camps in remote locations.
If a taxpayer has one or more regular work locations away from his residence, he may deduct daily transportation expenses incurred on trips between his residence and a temporary work location in the same trade or business, regardless of the distance.
Luckily for Stimac, those magnificent locations were a perfect stand-in for the Italian Alps director Vincent Ward needed for ``What Dreams May Come.
Today, mobile application innovator WHDC LLC launched a free service designed to enable cell phone users to easily find nearby biodiesel fueling locations.
This sixteen-hour, action-packed course presents the National Safety Councils curriculum and shapes general nursing skills to respond to the needs of camps in remote locations.
99-7 provided an exception to the general rule when the employee had one or more regular work locations in the same trade or business, regardless of the travel distance.
Identifying the locations of and tracking Wi-Fi-based devices, as well as enabling location-based services, are on their way to becoming default capabilities on all enterprise-class wireless LANs," said Craig Mathias, a Principal with the wireless and mobile advisory firm Farpoint Group (Ashland, MA).