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deme

[dēm]
(ecology)
A local population in which the individuals freely interbreed among themselves but not with those of other demes.
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Jam Kamal said, Gwadar Master Plan wouldn't affect the business of local population, fishermen and investors, 'Government of Balochistan has been keenly working to secure the rights and interest of local population in all development projects.'
However, with the memorandum circular issued, provinces, cities, and municipalities without existing local population offices are mandated to designate local population officer or coordinator with a regular plantilla item, she said.
The prime minister gave a number of specific instructions to the heads of competent authorities to further establish effective cooperation with both investors and the local population.
It is pertinent to note that the efforts of the world community are addressed at the timely settlement of the situation in Afghanistan and support to the local population. In this regard, the security issues directly affect the stability of the whole region.
It is vital to note that the efforts of the world community are addressed at the timely settlement of the situation in Afghanistan and support to the local population. In this regard, the security issues directly affect the stability of the whole region.
The award has two major categories: for the local population officer and workers; and second is the local population office.
In a relevant development earlier in June, thousands of family members of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) terrorists were sheltered in areas occupied by the Turkish army in Aleppo to replace the local population.
Completion of the project will be highly beneficial for the local population', Chairman NDMA said.
It was stressed at the meeting that the opening of this border crossing was something that the local population and the local authorities had been wanting for a long time.
Together we have managed to preserve dignity of migrant and refugee families with children, but also the local population," added cantonal Prime Minister RuA3/4nic.
Interestingly in almost all major terror incidents in Pakistan, local population was used effectively for support and refuge, directly or indirectly, by terror operators or their handlers.