from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Interested in, or concentrating on local events or matters; parochial or provincial
- n. A person with such an attitude or interest
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who has much regard for local conditions; one who studies what is local, or is inclined to treat things from a local viewpoint; specifically, in medicine, one who regards every disease as having a local origin.
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The evil Libs waved a very cheap credit card from the Co-Op bank under my nose and I saw something that had more than just monetary uses and they were talking all "localist" which appealed to me somewhat.
The move sparked anger from housebuilders, who fear the Government's new "localist" drive could become a "Nimbyist charter" and thwart new developments at a time when the country faces a desperate housing shortage.
Many of the themes espoused by those pursuing what might be called a "localist" agenda - local provenance, craft production and a dislike of homogenised food and drink.
Chronogram profiles six business leaders who define what it means to be a "localist"
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But I find it bizarre that Bartlett considers a Court that was essentially “localist” on civil rights issues – keep all three branches of the federal government out of state and local business – to be “libertarian.”
But ministers have been too quick to abandon their localist principles when they come under pressure, the report says.
Clive Betts, Labour MP for Sheffield South East and committee chair, said: The localist strategy is in disarray.
The residents' proposal, as regular readers know, is to take control of the estates themselves under powers that the government has been promising to activate in keeping with its localist agenda for the best part of a year.
It's a complicated picture and there's a delicate balance to be struck between localist freedom and City Hall's big stick.
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