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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlocalelo‧cale /ləʊˈkɑːl $ loʊ-/ noun [countable] formal  PLACEthe place where something happens or where the action takes place in a book or a film syn setting people who see the countryside as a locale for recreation
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localeThe North East was by 1914 a locale of a particularly organized capitalism.As in La conjuracion de Venecia, each act corresponds to a set change within the same general locale.The flavor of these birds tends to vary, owing mostly to differences in locale and diet rather than kinship.Of course, Belfast isn't the only Northern locale where you catch good live music over the coming weeks.Dominic said it was a fraudulent use of locale, a piece of charlatanism.For reasons of privacy, there still can be no names mentioned or locales identified.Malta is the perfect locale for the conference.
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