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by a particular locality
"it was locally decided"
to a restricted area of the body
"apply this medicine topically"
With respect to place; in place; as, to be locally separated or distant
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
With respect to place.
Etymology: from local.
Whether things, in their natures so divers as body and spirit, which almost in nothing communicate, are not essentially divided, though not locally distant, I leave to the readers. Joseph Glanvill, Scep.
with respect to place; in place; as, to be locally separated or distant
Applicable, in or relating to a specific and defined local area.
It was known locally that they are choosing to build a swimming pool as they all choose to have one create for the public to access and use.
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Rank popularity for the word 'locally' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3230
Rank popularity for the word 'locally' in Adverbs Frequency: #305
The numerical value of locally in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of locally in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of locally in a Sentence
I have no idea and I’ll never understand why this sort of gunplay occurs so much in our communities, and although there’s been progress made with laws at the state level, laws here locally, still firearms find their ways into our communities far too often.
The plant management used to be very engaged locally. But they're losing some of that tie and that feel from the company to the community.
Organized labor, both locally and nationally, see these movements as a challenge to their survival, their tactic was that it was better to get them out sooner rather than later.
Chief Executive Officer Ivan Glasenberg:
What China does going forward, we do have to anticipate them importing less coal, but as they import less coal I think Indonesia will take the brunt of it, because they need their coal locally.
At this point we do not have widespread community-wide transmission locally. We have transmission that's associated with an outbreak at this long-term care facility.
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