local stimulant n.
A stimulant whose action is confined to the part to which it is applied.
networking An Apple Computer network standard using Apple Computer’s own networking hardware. Compare EtherTalk. (1994-11-29)
noun 1. the time based on the meridian through a specific place, as a city, in contrast to that of the time zone within which the place is located; the time in a specific place as compared to that of another place to the east or west. noun 1. the time in a particular region […]
- Local variable
programming A variable with lexical scope, i.e. one which only exists in some particular part of the source code, typically within a block or a function or procedure body. This contrasts with a global variable, which is defined throughout the whole program. Code is easier to understand and modify when the scope of variables is […]
[wind] /wɪnd/ noun 1. one of a number of winds that are influenced predominantly by the topographic features of a relatively small region.