locationally

locationally

(ləʊˈkeɪʃənəlɪ)
adv
in the manner of location
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Although the actual extraction and production sites remain locationally fixed, high value-added functions of the upstream segment are often found in core city regions outside the resource periphery as these functions depend on access to industry-specific knowledge, qualified human capital as well as a safe and predictable institutional environment (Breul and Revilla Diez 2018).
Why is it that we so often try to neutralize locationally dependent
"Locationally, these will develop in suburban areas 'horizontally' with a sprinkling of vertical developments in certain sought-after communities like the Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina as well.
Paradoxically, the most physical thing of all -- locationally desirable land -- would dominate asset values, and rules on inheritance would be a key determinant of relative wealth.
Even though the subject may be physically and locationally suited for a use, better-located sites may satisfy the market demand for that use completely before the subject can realize its development potential.
The multinational enterprise (MNE) is conceived as a vehicle originating, controlling and extending a network of activities where intangible, or mobile resources (mainly knowledge and information) is circulated to combine with fixed points given by locationally fixed resources (L).
For example, locationally and transcriptionally distinct subpopulations of [CD34.sup.+]/[CD146.sup.-] "adventitial MSCs" and [CD34.sup.-]/[CD146.sup.+] "pericyte-like MSCs" have been found to reside in human adipose tissue, a commonly used cell source for regenerative medicine [66].
We installed a battery-operated speaker in the head so some of Samuel's amplified voice would be coming out locationally in the staging.
Expenditure on locationally desirable real estate is a high-income-elasticity consumption category.
“We view Governor Cuomo's announcement as major news for Community Choice, because CCA is finally being understood by a Governor for the unique potential it has to amplify leverage for the localization of energy supply through renewable distributed generation and demand technologies integrated locationally,” said Paul Fenn.
The lives of the richest 10 percent may be so far removed from the poorest 20 percent (including locationally) that they have no way of observing them, except by way of television.
While it was possible to self-organize in many other ways--by age, immigration status, region of the country, class, or parenthood--these preliminary affinity groups shared locationally rich information, and clearly there is still much more to be said.