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local

 [lo´k'l]
restricted to or pertaining to one spot or part; not general.

lo·cal

(lō'kăl),
Having reference or confined to a limited part; not general or systemic.
[L. localis, fr. locus, place]

local

/lo·cal/ (lo´k'l) restricted to or pertaining to one spot or part; not general.

local

Etymology: L, locus, place
1 adj, pertaining to a small circumscribed area of the body.
2 adj, pertaining to a treatment or drug applied locally.
3 n,
Usage notes: (informal)
a local anesthetic.

local

adjective In the area of a lesion; confined to a specific area noun Regionally popular for a local anesthetic, as in, 'under local'

lo·cal

(lō'kăl)
Having reference or confined to a limited part; not general or systemic.
[L. localis, fr. locus, place]

lo·cal

(lō'kăl)
Having reference or confined to a limited part; not general or systemic.
[L. localis, fr. locus, place]

local

restricted to or pertaining to one spot or part; not general.

local acupuncture points
points which can be found only when a localized pathological process develops. Called also trigger points.
local government
government at substate level, i.e. at shire, municipality, city or county level. The ordinances of local government are the ones that are most constraining in terms of running a traditional urban veterinary practice.
local infection fever
fever associated with local infection such as abscess, empyema, cellulitis.

Patient discussion about local

Q. where would i 'll be able to find a meeting of A.A? what is their web site? local department???

A. HELLO CRYSTA, here are some web sits--(IN THE ROOMS.COM)---AA ONLINE CHAT.COM----good luck--mrfoot56

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The bulk e-mail tool allows the local to build an e-mail list of visitors to the site and manage a sophisticated message system that can sort users by the kind of information they request and send them e-mail accordingly.
From the 1840s to the 1870s, the building served as the central site in a patriarchal, pre-industrial society that had recently shifted the core of its local politics from yeomen to planters, and its local economy from subsistence production for local needs to cotton planting aimed at markets in the northeast and Europe.
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Now the local organization is ready to affiliate with the state association and the ADAA.