use provincially in a sentence.
However, the province argued that part of the reason for having health services administered provincially is to allow a more regionalized approach to health care.
The shelly and sandy beds representing these periods in Norfolk and Suffolk are termed provincially Crag, having under the name been long used in agriculture to fertilise soils deficient in calcareous matter, or to render them less stiff and impervious.
The American myth says we can have it all, but in Mondragón that seemed provincially (or arrogantly) naïve.
* Criminal law is exclusively federal in Canada, but cases, depending on different factors, can be heard in both federally and provincially appointed courts.
Stranger still, Minister Weil and provincially supported community groups proudly ticked off government programs to integrate immigrants, from French-language classes in which students are paid (paid!) to attend civics courses and assistance in looking for jobs once in QuÃ©bec.