Ethanol is a case study of how parochialism trumps progress in Congress.
Attributing the last four years to either Republicans or Democrats is myopic American parochialism.
But the time had come when this parochialism of labour in Ireland was to end.
It gave one rather a clear idea of the parochialism of clubland.
He preaches, he also displays fine perception of the parochialism of the British political career.
Gambetta's contempt for the parochialism of the elections by district was great.
They have not lost the quaint simplicity of their parochialism, to become national if not cosmopolitan.
It is because of our insecurity and fear that we develop these defensive attitudes of parochialism and churchism.
But there had always been a frankly cosmopolitan spirit in Browning,—no touch of parochialism or insularity.