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local

adjective adjacent, adjoining, civic, close, divisional, domestic, limited, localized, municipal, near, nearby, neighborhood, provincial, regional, sectional, surrounding, territorial
Associated concepts: local act, local action, local agent, local application, local assessment, local authorities, local bill, local concern, local improvement, local law, local rules
See also: chapter, domestic, native, organ, provincial, regional

LOCAL. Pertaining to a place; something annexed to the freehold or tied to a certain place; as, local courts, or courts whose jurisdiction is limited to a particular place; local allegiance, or allegiance due while you are in a particular place or country; local taxes, or those which are collected for particular districts.

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After moving to Barbados almost 25 years ago, he took the lo-cal racing scene by storm.
It's also awkwardly episodic, the Oompa-Loompa songs constantly pulling the momentum up short, and a little on the lo-cal side when it comes to actual storytelling and emotional relationships.
Breakfast: porridge and honey Snack: banana or other fresh fruit Lunch: smoked mackerel salad ( 1 fillet mackerel, lettuce, cherry toms, red onion, cucumber , vinaigrette); pineapple and melon medley Snack: lo-cal yoghurt and banana or orange Dinner: salmon fillet (poached), boiled potatoes, steamed veg.
ZOLA GOOD: Calvin Zola rides a tackle from a Colchester player; IRISH ROVER: Jason McAteer beats Colchester's Garcia to the ball; LO-CAL HERO: Calvin Zola is mobbed after he scored Tranmere's winning goal, to take the club within two points of a promotion spot; HALL THE BEST: Tranmere's Paul Hall in action.
The Advanced Management Program fee for non-DoD federal, state and lo-cal government employees is $9,000 and $14,000 for private industry students.
Baker believed that ABC News, which was ranked number one in the country at the time, would boost his fledgling lo-cal news operation into the big time.