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  • n. Plural form of local.


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  • That's the term locals are using to describe neighborhood newbies who aren't fitting in with the South Lake Union way of life.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News

  • There's a phrase locals use, a greeting and an expression, that sums up the feeling nicely.

    Moving to Costa Rica

  • Salone, the nickname locals have given to their country, has never won the African Cup of Nations, the premier tournament on the continent, and never come close to qualifying for the FIFA World Cup, the pinnacle of international soccer.

    The Seattle Times

  • Winning back the locals is another thing entirely.

    Earning Afghans' Trust The 'Big Challenge' For U.S.

  • The act of stationing American soldiers and Marines in a town to protect the locals is a powerful message.

    Matthew Yglesias » Shocking

  • "With our Web brand, which we call locals only, it's about micro-targeting a select group we call 'social capitalists,'" Buchwald explained. - Business News

  • Reaction from the "locals" is predictably sadness and from our visitors and tourists comes the silence of incredulity.

    Dog urine causes cancer not pesticides?

  • Somewhat unique to this village on a bay is that a program (Techos de Mexico) was started a few years ago wherein locals could get loans to 'add to' their homes and thus rent out rooms/suites for another source of income.

    North of Puerto Vallarta

  • The one thing that consistently offends locals is men with no shirts entering restaurants or walking around in areas NOT on the beach.

    CLOTHES - what's hot and what's not in Mexico

  • The local govt. raised real estate value so certain locals could'nt come back home.

    Honore dismisses talk of Senate run


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