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Definition of Localness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Localness
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1. The Lancet (1898)
"Do epileptiform and epileptic seizures, differing (1) degree of localness of commencing spasm, (2) in degree of particularity of commencing spasm, ..."
2. The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1907)
"... and localness. Perceptions, feelings, thoughts, are all broken and ephemeral. They come as scant touches of fact, hints of reality which it is ours to ..."
3. American Masters of Sculpture: Being Brief Appreciations of Some American by Charles Henry Caffin (1903)
"If the localness of its range may have been at the expense of some desirable qualities, it has endeared it to the greater number of people and presented an ..."
4. The State and Federal Governments of the United States: A Brief Manual for by Woodrow Wilson (1891)
"So long as the people of one section of the country saw little or nothing of the people of the other sections, separate- ness of feeling and localness of ..."
5. Beyond Kyoto: Energy Dynamics and Climate Stabilisation by Cédric Philibert, Jonathan Pershing (2002)
"localness and smallness of scale is a potential weakness in terms of strategic and regional planning. The proliferation of horizontal actions and ..."
6. Psychology of the Other-one: An Introductory Text-book of Psychology by Max Friedrich Meyer (1922)
"Does reference to localness of an action imply inactivity of the rest of the body? What does it imply? 28. ..."
7. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"The mere localness of the tax Is not necessarily a distinguishing feature, nor Is the fact that the tax was Imposed only after a consultation of the ..."