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Definition of Localizer
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Localizer
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1. Diseases of the Eye by Lawrance Webster Fox (1904)
"In order to minimize this difficulty the author has devised a localizer which ... This is especially so, since the outside rim of the localizer is formed of ..."
2. A System of Instruction in X-ray Methods and Medical Uses of Light, Hot-air by Samuel Howard Monell (1902)
"It usually requires some mathematical computation to arrive at " depth," and all processes so far described with any form of localizer call for two ..."
3. The Röntgen Rays in Medical Work by David Walsh (1902)
"... DAVIDSON'S localizer (Cox's PATTERN). graphic plate with an orientating mark (a) and the point of the localizing cross-wires x, x, which are registered ..."