We are not to conclude too hastily, however, that faction did not, in a certain degree, agitate the particular cities; much less that a due subordination and harmony reigned in the general system.
Whilst the Amphictyonic confederacy remained, that of the Achaeans, which comprehended the less important cities only, made little figure on the theatre of Greece.
It is strung out over fifty thousand cities
England's core cities
are to be asked to draw up "deals" with central government setting out what they need from Whitehall - and what they want to do themselves, the Minister for the Cities
In a study spanning 2000 to 2007, researchers identified about 42,500 patients with TB in 48 cities
. Those patients represented 36 percent of all U.S.
Middlesbrough-born Local Government Minister Greg Clark is taking on responsibility for English cities
, alongside his role over decentralisation.
The EIU's Safe Cities
Index 2019 ranked KL at 35th place out of 60 cities
worldwide with 66.3 points.
[ClickPress, Tue Aug 20 2019] China is buoyed by robust economic growth fueled by poverty reduction and soaring prosperity in an exponential scale with cities
undergoing seismic changes in the urban center of economic gravity.
The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has appointed Nominee Directorsinall100 Smart Cities
from the Ministry who attend board meetings and keep track of the progress for their cities
are drivers of economic growth and innovation.
Similarly we have numerous examples of cities
that have developed wherever agriculture was produced, was near the sea or had a port.
It said, "...by 2035, the combined GDP of Indian cities
will still be very small compared with Chinese (or, indeed, North American and European) cities