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  • noun The property of being regional.

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Examples

  • People will say that 'regionality' is somehow crucial to matching food and wine, that Muscadet chimes with oysters because they come from the same wet and windy part of France, and so share undefined, ethereal bonds of time and terroir.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • • The changes introduced "regionality", which meant that workers in different areas of Canada needed to work different hours to qualify for, ultimately, different benefits.

    The Georgia Straight - News And Views

  • While the strength of solidarity varies depending on a variety of factors (race and gender has an impact, so does the social status of the work, regionality and nationality matters, etc.), the same impulse that makes workers in the same industry or occupation or workplace feel a sense of collective purpose and identity can often extend outside of the immediate circle into the broader community. joe from Lowell Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Kaus’s Dilemma

  • Here is an excerpt from a new paper that looks at regionality. snip

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  • Moreover, when you talk to Australian wine producers, you now regularly hear words such as regionality and cool climate.

    A New Wave of Chardonnay Down Under

  • Same climate, same diversity of geography, etc etc. It always seemed completely obvious to me that I had to do BC, I think the concept of Northwest regionality demands it.

    Artisan cheese and blogs-to-books

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  • There might be something to that, and I think that's where the issue of regionality comes back into play.

    Should More Long Island Wineries Submit to Wine Spectator? (Part 1)

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  • The death of regionality we feel in this country overall is helped tremendously by the death of family-owned businesses.

    We don’t sell records,we sell dreams: Janis Ian

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