local base

local base

[¦lō·kəl ′bās]
(mathematics)
For a point x in a topological space, a family of neighborhoods of x such that every neighborhood of x contains a member of the family. Also known as base for the neighborhood system.
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In order to make the project work, we rely on finding rent free premises as a local base.
Looking ahead to the next two to three years, we need to establish a strong local base, getting local councillors elected.
By serving GPS corrections over a Wi-Fi connection from a local base station, Trimble has eliminated the need for a radio network on the construction site and made it easier than ever to deploy GPS for a broad range of excavation work.
We found the following: (1) Title I schools, on average, have higher total per pupil expenditures (which makes sense because Title I and other federal funds are added to their state and local base resources); (2) On average, state and local base expenditures are similar across Title I and non-Title I schools; (3) Although, on average, schools with higher percentages of low-income students have higher levels of per pupil spending out of state and local base revenues, at any given poverty level, there is a wide range of spending across schools; and (4) Many schools fall below the 90 percent lower limit that is currently required for demonstrating comparability using an overall per pupil expenditure metric.
Great local base of businesses with relationships to local schools and organizations.
Berwick MP Sir Alan Beith said: "Any new contractor will have to provide search and rescue to every part of the UK, but our communities and fishing industry are used to having that service provided from a local base and will have serious concerns about relying on helicopters from Prestwick, Lossiemouth or Leconfield.
Arguing that the party's local base was eroded during the 13 years when it was in power, he said: "When you lose councillors, you lose your local base.
This enables us to serve the growing requirements of our Asian customers from a local base.
BUSINESS Eye is opening a new office in the Glasdir Rural Development Centre, Llanrwst, to complement its main local base at Conwy Business Centre, Llandudno Junction.
Local base areas including towns, cities, villages and wards such as Minato-ward, Tokyo in Japan and Los Angeles, California in the US can be registered, so that user can check the latest weather report for his/her immediate area via the Forecast Channel each time the Wii is turned on.
As part of its growth strategy, Holmes & Kennedy also announced the expansion of its local base with the acquisition of two established Prudential real estate agencies in Katonah and Somers.
That culture has been so powerful that, in contrast to other industries marketing "beaury,, (such as the cosmetics industry) which didn't have such a powerful local base, it was able to block the attempted "masculinization" of the industry.

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