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localized

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Their claims have led to both academic controversy and localized conflict.

These protests are more grassroots in their nature and not geographically localized in specific neighborhoods.

In a continent-sized country where every rebel has a cause, diffuse and localized protests may work to Rousseff's favor.

Having localized the jaw pain, it quickly becomes unbearable, and I spit the gum out to give my tired face a rest.

The parks issue is essentially a localized proxy war in a larger conflict over the past, present, and future of Southern identity.

The movement of the smallest part of the body appears to have its definite localized center in the cerebrum.

A few specially localized muscular sensations are also much discussed.

The remaining embers of the war had now become localized, and it was obvious that Spain was at her last gasp.

He definitely localized the image on his writing book of many years ago and read it off in his mind.

It was that country's domestic affair, and he hoped that the dispute would be localized.

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On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to localized, such as: sectarian, bounded, confined, district, limited, and narrow.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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