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Local

A futures exchange member who trades securities for his or her own account.

Local

A member on a futures exchange that conducts trades predominantly or exclusively for one's own account. That is, a local is not a broker for other parties.
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The newspaper's advantage is our localness, but we have to be a network of local sites based on a common platform, with a common look and feel, and one that is truly innovative as well.
The local language helped the audience, when the plays were performed, to identify with the experience, and the identification was unconscious, as it ideally should be; the audience was unaware of the localness as such of the language.
As an institution that is faithful to its core values, namely acting in the general interest, confidentiality and localness, La Banque Postale puts paying close attention to all its customers at the heart of its business.
Localness matters, but a general election decides who walks up Downing Street.
Panda and Gupta's (2007) definition has been shown in Table 1, yet what emerges from most of the other definitions, drawn variously from sociology (Dei 2000), law and legal studies (Weissner 1999; Kingsbury 1998), political organization (UN Definition cited in Escarcega 2010), education (Smith 1999), anthropology (Neizen 2004), and social work (Marais and Marais 2007) is that indigenousness is not merely a function of localness (Dei 2000, comes closest to this).
In Riley's view, the daily geographical migration of many potential listeners means the localness of a service is perhaps not as relevant as it once was.
We also loved the localness of Zoe's entry, with its fresh British rhubarb.
As Freidberg notes, "Vermont's Mexican dairy workers would probably agree that localness has its limits.
Sarah says: "I was attracted by the localness of the market.
While we have to declare an interest here - the Gazette and its parent company is part of the consortium - it does give the area another opportunity to showcase the qualities such as localness, strong sense of community and great people, together, it must be said, with our own expertise on news gathering and presentation.
We really want to push out localness, especially as Tesco and Morrisons are set to open here soon," Faulks said.