(Latin: place; from place to place; where something is positioned or situated)

sine loco et anno
Without place and date.

Used in reference to a book that does not provide information concerning its place and date of publication. Normally, modern books supply such information.

sine loco; s.l.
Without a place.
suo loco
In its proper place.
translocate (verb), translocates; translocated; translocating
To transfer to another place, particularly wild animals: The boars from the forest somehow entered the town but were soon translocated back into the woods farther away.

The deer in the forest had to be translocated because a construction company was going to cut down all of the trees in order to build a shopping complex.