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local

1. Med of, affecting, or confined to a limited area or part
2. Med short for local anaesthetic

local

A resource or an action taking place in the current machine or facility. Contrast with remote.
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While it appears to be important to include Tombulu for its symbolic value in an era when demonstrating some form of localness is important, it appears to be perceived by the principle (the authorizer(s) of this sign) as having little communicative value.
Both the individual and collective commitment and contribution to this goal have important emotional and identity dimensions, which are also relevant for the sense of localness.
The candidates are asked 13 questions, and five recommendations are underlined in the manifesto which allude to localness, independence, transparency, participatory approach, checks and balances, environmentalism and other relevant principles that pay attention to the life, nature and civilization.
Panda and Gupta's (2007) definition has been shown in Table 1, yet what emerges from most of the other definitions, drawn variously from sociology (Dei 2000), law and legal studies (Weissner 1999; Kingsbury 1998), political organization (UN Definition cited in Escarcega 2010), education (Smith 1999), anthropology (Neizen 2004), and social work (Marais and Marais 2007) is that indigenousness is not merely a function of localness (Dei 2000, comes closest to this).
Crucially, Bouabre's localness did not give way to the universal or the global, to the every-place that is really a no-place.
Those services include: the drawing up and issuing of our localness guidelines, and the carrying out of our licensing functions in a way which seeks to ensure inclusion in licensed broadcasting of local material, including material of particular linguistic content and/or presentation, where necessary.
Over the last 10 years the organisation has grown substantially but has still managed to retain the ethos of localness, community and working in partnership.
The provincial marketing board eagerly emphasises the localness and freshness of domestic produce, often linking it to pictures of the expansive (and largely empty) Ontario countryside.
25) Emma Widdis meanwhile shows how Stalinist films made local space Soviet; filmmakers worked on "embedding localness within the 'symbolic realm' of Sovietness.
Marston's and Jennings share synergies, their strategy all along is focused on localness and regionality in everything food and drink.