multilocal

mul·ti·lo·cal

(mŭl'tē-lō'kăl),
Denoting traits with an etiology comprising effects of multiple genetic loci operating together and simultaneously. Compare: galtonian.

mul·ti·lo·cal

(mŭl'tē-lō'kăl)
Denoting traits with an etiology comprising effects of multiple genetic loci operating together and simultaneously.
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About Indigenus: Indigenus is dedicated to helping clients get unstuck, with an innovative and unique multilocal model that drives topline growth across brand portfolios through creativity and innovation, and improves the bottom line through quality and value.
This interpretation does not privilege one region over another; rather it is multilocal and multidirectional.
Due to the rules of exogamy, the different clans exchange women, forming a multilocal network of kin and affine that twists them together in a kind of never-ending social rope.
Constructing a Transnational, Multilocal Sense of Belonging: An Analysis of Ming Pao.
It is a Multilocal Cooperative Confederation that provides business solutions based on the use of unicist business platforms, the counseling of partners and the use of objects, diagnoses, strategies and future scenarios.
Privalia tripled its sales in 2009 and operates in Spain, Italy, Brazil and Mexico, working as a multilocal business.
A Comparative Examination of the Ipanodu Ceremony and its Implications for a Multilocal Approach to Constituting the History of Orisa Worship.
Many African writers, especially those a little older who reconnect with their roots with frequent visits, practice "place polygamy," in Ulrich Beck's coinage, and have a multilocal sense of belonging.
When considering the three main factors in developing new ground rules for discussions on the separation of religion and politics in Europe, namely the declining religiosity of Europeans, the transition to pan-European and multilocal decision-making processes, and the arrival of a significant and new religion on the continent, we are able to discern a number of the trends and flashpoints likely to affect European politics in the near future and also consider who may benefit from these trends.
Thus, strategic CSR orientation may be described as a practice level orientation, varying from practice to practice, with some CSR practices of the MNC managed through a hybrid strategy, while, centralized or decentralized, global or multilocal approaches are followed for some other CSR practices.