Locally

• (adv): By a particular locality.
Example: "It was locally decided"

Some articles on locally:

Tennessee State Route 268
... It runs from US 41/70S (locally known as North West Broad Street) on the north west side of Murfreesboro, to its Eastern terminus with SR-96 (locally known as Lascassas Pike), north-east of Murfreesboro ... Locally, this route is known as Thompson Lane from US 41/70S to US 231 and Compton Road from US 231 to SR-96 ...
Countably Locally Finite Collections
... A collection in a space is countably locally finite (or σ-locally finite) if it is the union of a countable family of locally finite collections of subsets of X ... if it is regular Hausdorff and has a countably locally finite basis ...
Locally Regular Space
... particularly topology, a topological space X is locally regular if intuitively it looks locally like a regular space ... More precisely, a locally regular space satisfies the property that each point of the space belongs to an open subset of the space that is regular under the subspace topology ...
Locally Testable Code
... In theoretical computer science, a locally testable code is an error correcting code for which membership can be tested by a non-adaptive property testing ... That is, locally testable codes have an efficient probabilistic algorithm that, based on its random bits, non-adaptively looks at few (e.g ... Locally testable codes have applications in average-case complexity and the design of probabilistically checkable proofs ...
Locally Finite Poset
... In mathematics, a locally finite poset is a partially ordered set P such that for all x, y ∈ P, the interval consists of finitely many elements ... Given a locally finite poset P we can define its incidence algebra ... In theoretical physics a locally finite poset is also called a causal set and has been used as a model for spacetime ...

More definitions of "locally":

• (adv): To a restricted area of the body.
Synonyms: topically

Famous quotes containing the word locally:

To see ourselves as others see us can be eye-opening. To see others as sharing a nature with ourselves is the merest decency. But it is from the far more difficult achievement of seeing ourselves amongst others, as a local example of the forms human life has locally taken, a case among cases, a world among worlds, that the largeness of mind, without which objectivity is self- congratulation and tolerance a sham, comes.
Clifford Geertz (b. 1926)