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- adv. With respect to place; in place; as, to be locally separated or distant
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With respect to place; in place.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With respect to place; in place: as, to be locally separated or distant.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to a restricted area of the body
- adv. by a particular locality
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An ex-mercenary with special 'psychological chameleon' type abilities to blend in locally, is now hired to find out why an incredibly wealthy functionally immortal man was killed.
Oahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association club Lanikai, meanwhile, may provide the best chance at reclaiming the title locally across the treacherous Kaiwi Channel.
U.S. officials there said the attack appeared to be the work of what they called locally-grown leftists.
A local intelligence official said some of those killed were 'foreigners', a term locally used for Al Qaeda fighters of Arab and Central Asian origin.
A local intelligence official said some of those killed were "foreigners," a term locally used for al-Qaeda fighters of Arab and Central Asian origin.
Geo said three of those killed in the fighting in the district bordering Afghanistan were foreigners, a term locally used to describe militants of Arab and Central Asian origin.
He said local Taliban as well as foreigners - a term locally used for Al Qaeda militants of Arab origin - were among the dead and injured.
Another official said some foreigners, a term locally used to describe Arab and Central Asian militants, were also killed in the aerial attack.
Mbeki appealed to the international community to support the agreement which he described as locally-made.
At this week's work session, Commissioner Rachel Richards proposed a change to one part of Ely's concept concerning what she called locally serving businesses.