Definitions for "local"
Keywords:  trader, floor, pit, exchange, future
Futures trader who trades primarily for his/her own account.
An exchange member who buys or sells futures and/or options for his own account.
Private trader operating on an exchange floor, whose activities help provide liquidity. Locals lease trading rights from those exchange members who do not themselves need the use of all of the trading rights they have been allocated as part of their shareholding in the exchange.
Of or pertaining to a particular place, or to a definite region or portion of space; restricted to one place or region; as, a local custom.
adj. Pertaining to a device accessed directly without use of a telecommunication line.
restricted to or pertaining to one spot or part of the body; not general.
the basic unit of union organization, also known as lodge, or branch. Page 147
The AFM is made up of more than 250 local unions throughout the United States and Canada. A common term used to describe a regional union office of the American Federation of Musicians is a local. Each regional office has a number assigned to it, such as: San Antonio Locaal #23, AFM.
a Greek-letter group which exists on a campus but which has no affiliation with a national Greek organization.
(adj.) Characteristic of having limited scope. Contrast with global.
a data object whose execution semantics shall return its value, whose scope shall be limited to the definition in which it is declared, and whose use in a definition shall not preclude reentrancy or recursion
having a scope limited to a program block.
Keywords:  town, megan, ryan, brian, oni
relating to or applicable to or concerned with the administration of a city or town or district rather than a larger area; "local taxes"; "local authorities"
In the same city.
Local is a 12-part Oni Press comics series written by Brian Wood and illustrated by Ryan Kelly. Each issue is intended to be a stand-alone short story, taking place in a different town across North America. A recurring character, Megan, provides a thread for readers who follow the series in sequence.
Keywords:  zama, lacrete, cree, d'or, vermilion
means a trip within 50 miles one way from Your residence to the facility in which any Covered Person is to be admitted or receive a covered treatment. In the event that a Covered Person does not reside with You, the distance shall be measured from the residence of the Covered Person.
Loop: The connection between the local phone company and a business or residence. This is comparable to, but more encompassing then, the last mile.
Local in the context that it is being used in this document includes residents of High Level, Rainbow Lake, Assumption, Meander River, Zama City, Fort Vermilion, John D'Or Prairie, Fox Lake, LaCrete, North/South Tall Cree, Paddle Prairie, Rocky Lane, and/or residents of M.D. 23.
anesthetic that numbs a local area of the body
Numbing medicine which is used to decrease discomfort when the intravenous lines are put into place.
Keywords:  freight, station, bus, forever, train
A train which receives and deposits passengers or freight along the line of the road; a train for the accommodation of a certain district.
A train or bus which stops at all stations along a line, as contrasted with an express, which stops only at certain stations designated as express stops.
A freight train that does station work between its originating and terminating stations.
Affecting a specific part of the body instead of the whole body.
Therapy treating only one part of the body, for example surgery and radiotherapy. The opposite is systemic therapy. For example, chemotherapy that travels through the bloodstream and treats the whole body.
in close physical proximity and joined together, but may be joined to a wider area network via some sort of server or router /gateway. A relative term, since UCDNet as a whole is a "local" network relative to the Internet as a whole, but the Olson computer classroom is a Local Area Network (LAN) relative to UCDNet.
In DFT, a functional that depends only upon the value of the density, f[rho]. This is the simplest and least expensive type of functional.
Local roads or streets that have a low level of traffic mobility and a high level of land access. In addition to functional classification this phrase may also refer to local government having jurisdiction for a highway or system.
Functional classification of roads that mainly provide access to the properties that adjoin them.
Distribution restricted to small, sparsely distributed colonies or very specific habitats.
Found in small colonies or restricted to a very specific habitat.
an earthquake whose epicenter is less than 1000km from a recording seismometer. Earthquakes whose epicenters are further away than this are regarded as teleseismic events.
Reaching and affecting only the cells in a specific area.
affecting only a restricted part or area of the body; "local anesthesia"
a similar organization, except that it focuses on a specific community or metropolitan area
LOOP – refers to the telephone network between your location and the nearest Telstra exchange.
(1) The communications lines/services between the telephone subscriber and the LEC switching center. (2) The local connection between the end user and Class 5 central office or end office.
Loop - The copper wires running between the telephone subscriber's home or business and the phone company switch.
In PowerAda, an entity--file, directory, unit or sublibrary--is referred to as local when that entity exists in the working project. See shadowed and external.
belonging to a particular place or region
of or belonging to or characteristic of a particular locality or neighborhood; "local customs"; "local schools"; "the local citizens"; "a local point of view"; "local outbreaks of flu"; "a local bus line"
A stamp which has limited use and postal validity
A stamp with geographical limits of postal use and validity.
A stamp whose use is limited to a particular area within a country.
Term used (sometimes derogatorily) by year-round itinerant participants who live on-site all week for the run. Refers to participants who live near the faire and have other jobs during the week.
Keywords:  cant, pub, neighbors, newspaper, place
In newspaper cant, an item of news relating to the place where the paper is published.
Relating to the place of assignment.
a pub that is the gathering place for your neighbors
Local expectations hypothesis (LEH) Local expectations theory
1. The individual school. 2. The environment defined by the administrative duties of a legally administered public agency within a state or province.
found in the repository currently being administrated.
CUPE is divided into a number of Locals for the purpose of local administration. They are responsible for negotiations, local policy, and the day-to-day administration of their collective agreement. A local may be constituted of one or more distinct bargaining units.
a distinct type of variable used for intermediate results in a CompositeProcess
Keywords:  bizarre, online, books, different
a different bizarre it Online Books
Keywords:  adjective, general
adjective स्थà¤3/4नीय, देशीय general
The network telecommunications access point, which can be accessed by the terminal dialing either, a local telephone number for authorization.
a device (printer) which is addressed without using a telecommunication line.
Keywords:  premises
In the telecom sense, this term describes a device within a subject device's switching domain.
Keywords:  emission
emission
Keywords:  tournament, lowest, level
the lowest tournament level.
Keywords:  latest, check, software, digital, item
In Item processing a image Software development company which develops the latest in digital check imaging products.
Something connected to, or a service provided by, the piece of equipment you are sitting in front of i.e. you do not need to use a network in order to use the facility.
Local refers to files and devices, such as disk drives, that are attached to or on your machine.
A communication state of the equipment during which the equipment is controlled by the operator, not by the CC.
Keywords:  list, controlled, terms
Locally controlled list of terms