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adjective as in characteristic of a region

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Therefore, some agencies cater solely to one local or regional vertical, one market or even act as resellers, having other types of agencies as part of their customer segmentation.

First, regional politics in the Middle East have changed dramatically in recent years.

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That means this might be the one year we don’t really have a college football champion — or at the very least, this is the one year that going back to the old voting system of eyeballing the teams that dominate their regional areas makes sense.

Ibach also acknowledged that the program “underserved” some regions because regional equity wasn’t a factor in the USDA contractor selection.

The regional planning agency is governed by elected leaders from each city and the county, and it’s particularly important where San Diego stands because of its size and voting power.

Having regional appeal is one thing; simply being a regional candidate is another.

Slowly, two were opened up, and in 2010 the regional government opened all four Brogpa villages in a push for tourism.

Paddle8 works better than a smaller regional auction house because it is nimbler and its costs—to the seller and buyer—are lower.

The revival of industry makes such engineering talent critical to regional success.

Therefore, reforming this trade is part of a comprehensive strategy, including regional governance reforms, to help end the war.

Regional festivals and a State Festival for public school bands and choral groups are held each year.

Banggà rihiyunal sa amatiyur, Regional contest for amateur performers.

Such regional divisions were but one factor in industrial administration.

The phrase "regional understanding," as applied to the Monroe Doctrine, is not a happy one.

Out of hundreds of regional biobibliographies he chooses one for Naumburg for mention.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to regional, such as: local, provincial, territorial, parochial, and sectional.

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