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From or in a nearby location.
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Of or pertaining to a restricted part of an organism.
Descended from an indigenous population.
A person who lives near a given place.
A branch of a nationwide organization such as a union.
''I'm in the TWU, too. Local 6.''
A train that stops at all, or almost all, stations between its origin and destination, including very small ones.
''The expresses skipped my station, so I had to take a local.''
''I got barred from my local, so I've started going all the way into town for a drink.''
''Functional programming languages usually don't allow changing the immediate value of locals once they've been initialized, unless they're explicitly marked as being mutable.''
2012, Cesar Otero, Rob Larsen, ''Professional JQuery'' (page 25)
- Globals are visible anywhere in your application, whereas locals are visible only in the function in which they're declared.
2009, R. Stafford Johnson, ''Bond Evaluation, Selection, and Management'' (page 316)
- On most futures exchanges, there are two major types of futures traders/members: commission brokers and locals.
In the local area; within a city, state, country, etc.
''It's never been more important to buy local.''
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