Examples of regionalism in a Sentence
The residents have a strong sense of regionalism.
The word “pop” for “soda” is a Midwest regionalism.
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Paulding officials deny that and say Atlanta's opposition flies in the face of the regionalism that Mayor Kasim Reed spoke about to leaders there a few years ago.
In the thirties and forties, in ways that became art-world conventional wisdom, some critics equated regionalism with the blood-and-soil mystique of Nazism and/or socialist realism.
Ask the Dust by John Fante Ask the Dust is best remembered as a canonical Los Angeles novel—but its appeal extends far beyond any kind of California regionalism.
But at many such restaurants today, a true sense of regionalism is lost.
Like much of American identity, the answer is a stew of regionalism, race and faith, among other things.
The result does not bode well for regionalism, Gerth said.
In another nod to regionalism, South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo said that income taxes from those working at the dispatch center will be shared among the communities, and a portion of those taxes used for dispatch center maintenance.
On Sept. 11, James Spaniolo, former UTA president and current executive director of the North Texas Commission, will be at Legal Draft (500 E. Division St.) talking about regionalism and its impact.
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REGIONALISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of regionalism for English Language Learners
: interest in or loyalty to a particular region
: a word that is used in a particular region
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