- region of chest,
- region of face,
- region of head,
- region of inferior limb,
- region of superior limb,
- regional anatomy,
- regional anesthesia,
- regional enteritis,
- regional hypothermia,
- regional ileitis
Origin of regional
Examples from the Web for regional
Having regional appeal is one thing; simply being a regional candidate is another.
Slowly, two were opened up, and in 2010 the regional government opened all four Brogpa villages in a push for tourism.
The revival of industry makes such engineering talent critical to regional success.
Regional newspapers variously report 500 or 741 grizzlies live in and around Yellowstone.
But it also transformed a regional threat into a global enemy that was easier to target in the areas it controlled.
No general, regional name was ever applied to these Indians, but a few individual rancheria names have been preserved.
Below it are twelve regional and ninety-three district courts, and the military courts.Area Handbook for Bulgaria|Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
Yet, the single phase of her regional development so far outranks even these as to demand an almost exclusive attention.Our Railroads To-Morrow|Edward Hungerford
About thirty regional conferences, by states or parts of states, had been organized within this area before 1832.An American Religious Movement|Winfred Ernest Douglas
Regional or watershed approaches to the extension or improvement of these systems should be encouraged.The Nation's River|United States Department of the Interior
early 15c., from Late Latin regionalis "of or belonging to a region or province," from stem of regio (see region). Related: Regionally.