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suburb

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

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The suburban landscape of Heartland draws not from the local setting in which it is situated (Mississauga) but from the generalised notion of corporate space, like many suburban locations elsewhere in Canada and in the United States.
Both books identified the political and economic engines and racial tensions driving suburban growth machines (made up of builders, bankers, speculators and real estate brokers) and showed how new transportation technologies, cheap energy supplies and government subsidies quickly transformed the United States into the quintessential suburban nation.
Yet fewer than half of people with AIDS who were diagnosed with HIV before 1998 reported current treatment with HAART in a study of 574 patients in New York City and 209 in the surrounding suburban region of West-chester, Rockland, and Putnam counties.
Urban teachers report DI texts disregard their students' lack of exposure to life occurrences that are more common for middle-class suburban students.
Obviously, memories of the busing fiascos of the 1970s might make any politician leery of supporting a program that empowers poor inner-city blacks to attend suburban schools.
The work centers on a festival, designed and orchestrated by Huyghe, to commemorate the opening of an actual suburban community that, like so many such places, is artificially sited on an area of land scraped out from the surrounding forest.
Cook is not alone in his assessment of the power of suburban voters.
His memo does not appear in Suburban Alchemy, Nicholas Dagen Bloom's informative account of what became known as the new towns movement.
These books show that urban and suburban history is moving in a direction that not only leaves behind the old suburban cliches but also challenges past interpretations of urban crisis, local politics, and race relations.
"The 'holding purpose' inquiry may appropriately be conducted by attempting to trace the taxpayer's primary holding purpose over the entire course of his ownership of the property....Thus, the inquiry should start at the time the property is acquired" (Suburban Realty, 615 F2d at 183-84).
"Once again, we are honored that our hospital has been awarded the 5-star rating from Healthgrades," said Daphne David, chief executive officer at North Suburban Medical Center.
"The North Suburban YMCA is proud of the 2019 Gymnastics Team and their accomplishments, which include winning the First Place Team Award for Level 3 at its final meet before the state meet," said Head Gymnastics Coach Dawn Irelan.