Locus

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locus (plural loci) is Latin for "place". It may refer to:

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  • Locus (rhetoric), another name for a literary or rhetorical topos, a method of constructing an argument
  • Locus of control, the degree to which people have control event
  • Method of loci, a mnemonic system that uses the spatial memory of a familiar place to enhance recollection
  • HTT Pléthore (Locus Plethore), a Canadian supercar proposed by HTT Automobile in Quebec, Canada

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