locality


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locality

Location, place; in the context of GP commissioning, the physical area encompassed by a county commissioning group.
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15%, was the only locality to experience an outright drop in prices 1kanal plots in the neighbourhood lost 22.
The lawmaker said that besides a 100KV transformer an additional 50KV transformer would also be installed in the locality to reduce electricity load.
Congress should pass the Locality Pay Equity Act immediately in order to bring equity to the treatment of the federal government's blue-collar workforce, Cox said.
One locality plotted in the middle of the seaway on each paleogeographic map from the Cretaceous which overlapped the localities current age assignment.
Block: Point/ Boundary on Map consisting of Block, Sub-Locality, Locality, City and State Names.
Anoura geoffrooyi--Specimens examined: locality 45 (1, CRD 2922); locality 55 (3, CRD 1871, 1874, 2514).
People applying for the locality programme co-ordinators roles are told they will have to "build and sustain strong networks within your locality.
A site can also be designated a village green "if it is land on which for not less than 20 years a significant number of the inhabitants of any locality, or of any neighbourhood within a locality, have indulged in lawful sports and pastimes as of right.
He named this location Camp Disaster, with no further explanation, and this is the locality thus noted by Heilprin (1891).
Leaders and Followers in a Chartist Locality, 1838-1848"
In a study examining the rate of government mortgage utilization by locality (measured by the number of mortgages received for home purchase in the locality divided by the number of households in the locality), the authors found that despite the lack of security stemming from the Palestinian intifada, mortgage utilization in Jewish localities in the occupied territories was higher than in Israel proper.