Mancunian

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Mancunian

1. a native or inhabitant of Manchester
2. of or relating to Manchester
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But in the week following the attack which left 22 dead and around 59 injured, 13,916 people signed up across England, including 935 Mancunians.
Around 14% of women said they loved the Mancunian accent, followed by Geordie at 8%, Liverpudlian at 4% and West Country at 1%.
There were words of defiance from officials who said terrorism would only strengthen the spirit of Mancunians.
They are much much more than just another bunch of Mancunian council house riff-raff, they have attitude aplenty and hearts full of soul.
And it's hard to argue with the man expected to retain the captaincy at the Etihad - despite Carlos Tevez's return - given that his girlfriend is a Mancunian.
By true Mancunian, obviously I mean a bloke who can't afford a Man United season ticket anymore, so slags off the Glazers and goes to watch one football club to show his undying support for a different one.
WHEN moody Mancunians The Rain Band play a gig they mean business.
NEW research has revealed the travelling habits of Mancunians - and if you have visited 21 countries or more or have ever been on a wine tasting tour - you're not alone.
CHERRY GHOST Beneath This Burning Shoreline (Heavenly) THE Mancunians already have a top 10 album and an Ivor Novello award.
Mancunians, canny as always, realise that the choice of paying pounds 1,200 a year to use their cars or spend hours on a public transport system that doesn't exist is no choice at all.
That beat Mancunians, who work for 20 minutes less a week and almost an hour less than the national average of 40.
Midlanders were attracted to the South West, Liverpudlians and Mancunians to Wales and Londoners to the South Coast or theme parks in the Home Counties.