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suburb

An outlying residential area some distance from a city's core.

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However, pervasive among critics is the belief that the novel follows the English literary tradition that has more or less presented suburbia in a stereotypical manner.
Brave audience members at Sex in Suburbia will be invited to share their own dating stories live on stage and will be rewarded with an Ann Summers goodie bag.
As was the case with "Sexting in Suburbia," "Last Hours in Suburbia" features some recognizable scenery, including a scene shot at Hope Cemetery.
Instead of grappling with spirituality as it is lived out in particular places, we largely remain content to let popular culture's images of suburbia as either superficial escape or oppressive trap determine our visions of suburban spirituality en masse.
Today, there is a distinct reappraisal of suburbia in the air.
The film provides a short historical overview to explain how suburbia first developed as people fled polluted, industrialized urban cores (replete with factories and dense row housing), to seek a sense of space, affordability, family life and upward mobility.
Its unfailing lyricism is perhaps the most poetic epitaph in our modern literature for our conception as American citizens entitled to undisturbed happiness, in the zone of safety known as suburbia.
Suburbia is a spectacular development comprising of two towers and breathtaking townhouses.
Suburbia Gardens and Thunderbird Gardens, located at 381 Great East Neck Road and 101 Magaw Place, respectively, consist of six two-story buildings one mile apart.
Her family flees to suburbia after Jane survives a terrorist attack that blows up a cafe in Metro City.
At the same time that suburbia, particularly the suburban home, is meant to foster a sense of security and a feeling of being nestled within its walls, safe from real as well as figurative contaminants, it also generates a sense of susceptibility, of being at risk from any number of unseen and unknown dangers that everyday life presents.
El Theatre Suburbia presenta la obra "The Girl in the Tutu", donde todo el mundo sabe que este el melodrama del verano.