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suburban

1. of, relating to, situated in, or inhabiting a suburb or the suburbs
2. characteristic of or typifying a suburb or the suburbs
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The baby boomer generation defines itself by its "culture," and by the mid-1990s the typical suburbanite was someone who had become an adult in the '60s and '70s.
Epica provides plenty of bang for your bucks; Chevy's suave suburbanite
On average, suburbanites, who account for 29 million of England's population, use cars for 64pc of all journeys, the report found.
It's the usual suburbanite confection aimed at "activity couples" but, broadly speaking, it's a mini-MPV (remarkably without the Zafira's hugely practical seven seats) loaded with hi-tech lifestyle enhancements, such as a DVD multimedia system, webcam-style camera and hand-held digital organiser that lets you see inside the car even if you're not there.
Because a stable food supply lies at the very heart of homeland security, let's explore some of the ways in which you, a typical suburbanite with a green thumb, can turn your backyard Sahara into a veritable Garden of Eden.
But what the suburbanite doesn't see is that, in the vast stretches of American and Canadian wilderness lands, a quite different process is unfolding: Far more trees are being planted than harvested, a trend that has been going on for decades.
And as for the rustic Francome and suburbanite McGrath, how could-correction -how dare they question the opinion of a gentleman, a mouthpiece of almighty royal providence itself, who has been brought up never to be wrong?
is now the name of the cleaning-implement maker here, which has consolidated its Suburbanite and Easy Day enterprises.
For as a born and bred suburbanite I know first hand the hell of a childhood played against that backdrop with men lying star shaped under their motors for the weekend and where the only way to aspire to double barrelled snobbishness was to call your youngest Anna-Glypta.
SERIES SIX Patricia Routledge as Hyacinth Bucket, the suburbanite with big hair and bad attitude.
But when fellow suburbanite misfit Jackie Foster - played by Georgia Darlinson - discovers her guilty secret, the consequences are swift, surprising and tragic.
Martinson, a city-planning consultant and longtime suburbanite, has the novel idea that the 140 million Americans who live in the nation's suburbs are not all fools.