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  • n. Plural form of nonlocal.


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  • In Shanghai, for instance, Mayor Han Zheng this week said that nonlocals would be permitted to rent subsidized units in certain public-housing projects in the city's outer reaches, whereas in the past eligibility hinged on their employment.

    China Turns Predominantly Urban

  • Twin Cities area people - or nonlocals who want to stop by - there will be a Going Away Shindig.

    Shiver and say the words of every lie you've heard

  • West Coast surfers, a territorial lot, have a plethora of terms for nonlocals: Trevor Cralle's 'Surfin'ary: A Dictionary Of Surfing Terms and Surfspeak' lists put-downs like hondo, inlander, flatlander, valley and casper.

    NYT > Home Page

  • One of the nonlocals to watch out for this week is Coryn Rivera, a 17-year-old from Tustin,

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • The definition of local color is that only nonlocals notice it, and we're getting the inhabitants ' Latest Features and Articles

  • Located in the upscale Town and Country outdoor mall in Palo Alto, which is in the South Bay for nonlocals, Howie's is helmed by longtime area chef and restaurateur


  • Not to mention-and I want all you "locals only" blowhards to pay close attention-you are not doing your neighborhood bar any favors by running off tourists and other nonlocals.

    San Diego CityBeat

  • Steve, who isn't a Glenwood Springs native, said Sunlight represents a broad mix of both locals and nonlocals.

    The Vail Trail - All Sections


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