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  • Most of the programs broadcast by the television stations were still locally produced.
  • Of the media mentioned only three are actually locally owned and operated.
  • Mobile is served locally by a number of over-the-air television stations.
  • With the passage of time, groups started to focus on resources available to them locally.
  • It is locally connected if it has a base of connected sets.
  • Some productions are produced locally, while others come as part of touring groups.
  • The crew were looked after locally before being returned to the Netherlands.
  • Some early engines found their way locally into other makes of cars as replacements.
  • Locally throughout this period, the Church played an important role.
  • These forces can locally raise the surface of the earth.
  • Frequently, games didn't sell out in time for them to be aired locally.
  • Many other parties exist on the municipal level, most of which run only locally in a single municipality.
  • In certain parts of the world, sweet potatoes are locally known by other names.
  • Police chiefs, appointed by their cities or towns, perform the same function locally.
  • But fishing was always the most important industry, whether locally or at the Grand Banks.
  • Global-owned stations in certain major markets also carry locally-based public affairs programs under the Focus brand.
  • These are augmented by two locally engaged Special Members who have police powers.
  • It is known locally as "one and nine" or even "one-nine".
  • The movement charges workers to use locally available resources and production facilities to produce needed consumer goods.
  • For the first time since the paper's inception, it was not locally owned.
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Synonyms of locally

Meaning of locally

  • adverb By a particular locality
    it was locally decided
  • adverb To a restricted area of the body
    apply this medicine topically