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localized

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlocalizedlo‧cal‧ized (also localised British English) /ˈləʊkəlaɪzd $ ˈloʊ-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 AREAhappening within a small area 🔊 localized flooding 🔊 a localized infection
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localizedThe cuticle also exhibits localized areas of hardening which are sometimes delimited by sutures.The assumption, rather, was one of special, even isolated, blackspots that can be dealt with by localized attention.localized cancerWhat had started out as a localized punch-up, had now developed into wholesale slaughter.The localized regions of turbulence are known as turbulent spots.There were also reports of clashes between troops and localized vigilante groups established to provide protection against the activities of Duvalierist supporters.A number of short and localized warning strikes by bank employees occurred during February.
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