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inner city

Technically refers to the densely populated area just outside the central business district,but usually connotes a blighted area near the city center.

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"The important thing from our perspective is the focus of this operation, it is to reduce or take out the impact of criminal activities, organised crime activities, in the Dublin inner city at the moment."
Parvin Ghorayshi has employed newcomers living in the inner city and students to conduct 94 interviews with newcomers to Winnipeg aimed at developing an understanding--through their own eyes--of their experiences.
PLAIN SAILING: Katarina Thompson joins youngsters who have taken part in the Inner City Sailing project at Mersey port water ports centre CODE: zzedsk090408sail-2.jpg
The Inner City 100 winners are based in 65 cities and companies were selected from a pool of more than 4,500 nominations including 500 from Merrill Lynch and 500 from mayors' offices.
We contend the Crack Era had this type of an impact, especially in the inner city.
Toldson does a remarkable job of challenging the reader's current perspective on life as we know it and he helps us to understand the present state of our inner city youths.
But I did know that I had to do something that would afford me the opportunity to move out of the inner city, where the influence to make illegal money was stronger than the risk of going to jail or even dying.
Yet it is the case that Winnipeg's Aboriginal population is disproportionately concentrated in the inner city, is disproportionately represented among the poor, and is very adversely affected by the ravages of poverty.
It's a part of life in the inner city," says McFeely.
There should be a push to equalize the funding of inner city schools with that of schools in the suburban areas.
The Chancellor has chosen the Lochgelly Centre in Fife to announce the Inner City Guarantee a five-point plan for enterprise, training, employment and regeneration across Britain.
An unusual group of businesses in some of the poorest areas of the West Midlands are posting healthy profits averaging pounds 203,794 a year, according to the latest Inner City 100 report launched by the Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest.