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locale

location; scene or setting, as in a film, play, or novel: filmed in a desert locale
Not to be confused with:
local – pertaining to a particular place: local custom
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lo·cale

 (lō-kăl′)
n.
1. A place, especially with reference to a particular event: the locale of a crime.
2. The scene or setting, as of a novel.

[From French local, local, locale, from Old French; see local.]
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locale

(ləʊˈkɑːl)
n
a place or area, esp with reference to events connected with it
[C18: from French local (n use of adj); see local]
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lo•cale

(loʊˈkæl, -ˈkɑl)

n.
1. a place or locality, esp. with reference to events or circumstances connected with it: to move to a warmer locale.
2. the scene or setting, as of a novel, play, or motion picture.
[1765–75; alter. of earlier local < French: n. use of the adj. See local]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.locale - the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting)locale - the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting)
scene - the place where some action occurs; "the police returned to the scene of the crime"
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locale

noun site, place, setting, position, spot, scene, location, venue, locality, locus An amusement park is the perfect locale for adventures.
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locale

noun
1. A surrounding area:
2. A particular geographic area:
3. The place where an action or event occurs:
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Translations
tapahtumapaikka
gebeurenlocaleoordplaatstaalregio

locale

[ləʊˈkɑːl] N (= place) → lugar m; (= scene) → escenario m
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locale

nSchauplatz m
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locale

[ləʊˈkɑːl] n (frm) (gen) → ambiente m; (of film, book) → ambientazione f
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References in periodicals archive ?
Once the numeric LCID is known, text for the locale can be looked up in the LCIDz table, which includes LCID, LangCtry (language and country), and LangCtry_Local (the localized version of language and country).
Assuming that the upper layers do not have any antireplay mechanism, it is possible to perform traffic replay in networks with Security Profile 0 just by capturing any relevant packets and changing the Local Connection Identifier (LCID) to a valid one (establishing a connection may be necessary).
Both are compact and light in weight (6.5Kg), have integral chargers, and feature clearly visible LCID displays showing the test voltage to an accuracy of 1 per cent.
The positive and significant coefficient of the interaction term in model 1 along with the positive confidence band for the partial derivative shown in Figure 2(a) provide support for the hypothesis on the alignment between combined accounting-research & development (AERD) experience and the hybrid low-cost leadership and innovation differentiation (LCID) strategy.