Definition of Regionalists

1. Noun. (plural of regionalist) ¹



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Definition of Regionalists

1. regionalist [n] - See also: regionalist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Regionalists

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regionalists (current term)
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Literary usage of Regionalists

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1. Baptist Missionary Magazine by American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1907)
"cans, Carlists and regionalists have united ... In a district where the majority is Carlist, the republicans and regionalists will vote for the Carlist. ..."

2. From Globalism to Regionalism: New Perspectives on Us Foreign and Defense by Patrick M. Cronin (1993)
"With the Cold War over, therefore, hope springs in the hearts of the regionalists that the parts of the world in which they specialize can at last be ..."

3. From Globalism to Regionalism: New Perspectives on Us Foreign and Defense by Patrick M. Cronin (1993)
"With the Cold War over, therefore, hope springs in the hearts of the regionalists that the parts of the world in which they specialize can at last be ..."

4. Soviet Strategy in Southern Africa: Gorbachev's Pragmatic Approach by Peter Vanneman (1990)
"Much has been made about the globalists and the regionalists, ... Dividing analysts into regionalists and globalists is a false dichotomy belied by the ..."

5. Hazell's Annual edited by Watson and Viney (1908)
"24th, 1905, resulted in the return of 109 Liberals and 71 members of the Opposition (52 Conservatives, 9 Prelates, 4 Independents, 2 Catalan regionalists, ..."

6. Bridging Regional Growth and Community Empowerment edited by Michael A. Stegman, William J. Benfanti, John P. Ross (1996)
"The attempt to argue from economic facts to normative policy implications is clearly evident in the new regionalists' discussion of the place of regional ..."

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