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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpositionalpos‧i‧tion‧al /pəˈzɪʃənəl/ adjective [only before noun]  relating to the position or job of someone or something positional power or authority
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positionalHer chess, too, is said to be more positional.This was followed by positional and B- value refinement through energy minimization.Police should never leave or transport a sprayed suspect in a prone position because death may result from positional asphyxiation.Gaining approval, competing for scarce resources, and obtaining cooperation require managers to develop bases of power beyond positional authority.This allows for slight positional errors during fixing - a couple of G cramps and some battens are helpful here.The small size of positional fields has two important implications.It left me with few positional options.In the sea-urchin, positional signals would not have to travel across more than 20 cells.
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