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locally

adverb
 
 
/ˈləʊkəli/
done in, made in, or connected with a particular area: They produce pottery which they trade locally. We advertised locally and nationally for the job and received more than 60 applications.locally made/produced/owned There is increasing consumer demand for high quality, locally produced food.
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