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suburb

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

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In each of those suburban counties, the population grew twice as fast as that of the adjacent populous urban county.
Propane USA is a very well-run business with a solid track record that will expand Suburban's service territory on the east and west coasts of southern Florida and Propane USA's customers will be added to Suburban, stated CDO Mark Wienberg.
With new features and enhancements at its core, the all-new 2015 Tahoe and Suburban will continue to play a key role in the brand's success while extending the legacy that Chevrolet has built in the region.
But identifying these themes and searching for details on the Australian suburban press among the histories and analysis of the mainstream media is a frustrating exercise.
RE/MAX Suburban closed 2,471 real estate transactions in 2009 yielding a total closed sales volume of $635 million.
Total operating costs for suburban buildings in 2007 rose just 2.
In terms of rents, downtown class-A lease rates held steady during the second quarter, while suburban rents dropped 3.
Teachers in south suburban Ford Heights are just as dedicated as those in north suburban Lake Forest.
Her brilliantly wry take on Nancy, whose perfectly calibrated pauses in line readings and expressively wide-eyed responses to the madness that envelopes her, elevates the series well beyond the humdrum suburban parody it only barely aspires to be.
When I started selling real estate 20 years ago, gay people chose Chicago's Boystown, but now there are a lot more options, even for younger single people," says Donna Karpavicius, a suburban Chicago agent for Prudential Premier Realty.
To highlight the funding disparities in urban centers, Kozol produces an appendix in both Shame of the Nation and Savage Inequalities with tables comparing per pupil spending in several cities, including New York, Chicago, and urban New Jersey, with that in select surrounding suburban districts.
3) During the last decade--as suburbs themselves were undergoing the changes later outlined by the 2000 Census--scholars began also to explore the diversity within and among suburbs in order to move suburban history beyond what, as one essay in this journal called it, the "suburban cliche" of leafy, exclusive, and all-white residential communities.