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suburb

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

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In the village or suburb outside there's an inn with the sign of St.
According to a Cook County state's attorney report issued Friday, prosecutors charged 848 DUI cases in the suburbs compared with 674 in the city during 2017.
Surveying current trends in suburban design and development around the world, the book seeks to demonstrate the potential of suburbs to be more productive landscapes.
The McGowan Labor Government's State Budget has delivered a $780 million congestion-busting road and rail package for Perth's northern suburbs, including the 'jewel in the crown', the Yanchep rail extension.
For years, we've heard about the mass movement of both businesses and individuals from the suburbs to the city, but recent exclamations of "The suburbs aren't dead
Despite its physical marginality, suburbs are in no way marginal places in modern societies.
More than a quarter of Texas' growth from 2014 to 2015 was concentrated in the state's largest cities, but suburbs continued to grow at the fastest rates, new census figures show.
The Comparative Guide to American Suburbs, 2014, 7th Edition
Summary: Hezbollah and the Lebanese Army were on high alert Thursday after rumors circulated that two suicide bombers were planning to attack Beirut's southern suburbs.
Wanderers and Western Suburbs will take each other on this Saturday, 10 March in what promises to be a friendly, but fiery match.
The list, broken down by zip code, includes five California communities, three of which are suburbs of San Jose: Los Gatos in second place, Los Altos in third place, and Saratoga in sixth.
The suburbs have their own risings and falling in recent years.