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Definition of Locationally
Lexicographical Neighbors of Locationally
Literary usage of Locationally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Urban Change and Poverty by Michael G. H. McGeary, Laurence E. Lynn (1988)
"... community nutritional and health care, and other locationally focused government aid (US Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1978, 1980). ..."
2. Inclusive Education at Work: Students with Disabilities in Mainstream Schools by Oecd (1999)
"They did not appear to be an undue distraction to the class generally, however, and their being partially integrated locationally in this way seemed to be ..."
3. Social Sciences and Innovation by Oecd (2001)
"The process of innovation thus came to be seen as both path dependent and locationally specific.23 2l. Innovation, in this period, also became more central ..."
4. Rural Household Use of Services: A Study of Miryalguda Taluka, India by Sudhir Wanmali (1985)
"When planned locationally, such services have improved farmers' access to other publicly and privately controlled services. But even where attempts to ..."
5. Report of the Hundred and Nineteenth Round Table on Transport Economics Held by Centre Economic Research, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, Economics Round Table on Transport (2002)
"First, labour is a major input to all activities and is, in most cases, locationally specific in that it has to be physically present for the activity to ..."
6. Crucibles of Hazard: Mega-Cities and Disasters in Transition by James K. Mitchell (1999)
"... Because of this social fragmentation it is often described as a city “on the edge” — behaviourally as well as locationally (Portes and Stepick, 1993). ..."