local action


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local action

[′lō·kəl ′ak·shən]
(electricity)
Internal losses of a battery caused by chemical reactions producing local currents between different parts of a plate.
Quantitatively, the percentage loss per month in the capacity of a battery on open circuit, or the amount of current needed to keep the battery fully charged.
(metallurgy)
Electrochemical corrosion resulting from the action of local cells.
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The scope of the measure shall support projects developed by at least two local action groups (LAGs) which aim to achieve the objectives of local action groups (LAGs), local development strategies that would not have been achieved without the project partners.
The 10 best performing local action groups, which are responsible for allocating funds for the likes of playgrounds, childcare and elderly support services, will receive an additional [euro]500,000 each after "initial teething problems" saw poor take-up of the Leader scheme.
With her new work, she said she will translate her national and global policies into local action.
The deputy commissioner has warned all butchers of the district to adhere to the officially fixed meat rates, otherwise, stern local action would be taken against them.
figure By COLLINS NABISWA Kariobangi Sharks return to local action from their disappointing Caf Confederation Cup campaign with a Sportpesa Premier League tie against Nzoia Sugar on Wednesday at Sudi Stadium, Bungoma.
Supported by the region's LEADER Local Action Group, the communities taking part this year are Annan, Lincluden and Lochside, Dumfries and Galloway LGBT Plus, Palnackie, Gatehouse of Fleet, and Newton Stewart.
Since the Act, a lot of progress has been made and there are many positive examples of local action to tackle climate change, such as communities pledging to live more simply and sustainably.
Following the submission of each entity's local action plan for the funds, the land office will then oversee the distribution of the remaining money.
That's the amount of money left in the coffers of the Flintshire Local Action Group, one of three voluntary organisations covering the counties of North East Wales.
TNS hit 10 past Rhyl and all the local action PAGES 10,11,12
Commission communication transmitted to the Council and to the European Parliament on 29 July 1988, the LEADER approach ("Liaison Entre Actions de Developpement de l'Economie Rurale") involves using 7 principles for local development: designing a local development strategy focused on area, a "bottom up" approach, the establishment of a Public-Private Partnership called Local Action Group (LAG), encouraging innovation, development of integrated and multi-sectoral actions, networking and co-operation.
According to the rule of procedure of the HPR, MPs have one week per month for local action, Mongi Harbaoui noted.

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