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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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But suburbanites face lengthening delays as existing bypasses and motorways, such as the M62 and M25, fill up with drivers making short-distance, inter-suburban trips.
With the growth of mass merchandising, the Suburbanite sales and marketing operation also became the company name.
This is no news to suburbanites, but what is shocking is that nobody has had the courage to point it out before.
These are very effective cleaners that meet a growing consumer demand," said Michael Silverman, director of marketing at Suburbanite, during the debut of the Butler Dust All at the National Hardware Show several months ago.
Yer middle income 1950s ruralite, suburbanite or city dweller settled for a crappy old Prefect.
CHICAGO-With the launch of the Butler Dust All, Suburbanite Industries is meeting consumer demand for hard-surface cleaning products.
Here I was, a suburbanite from Livingston [New Jersey], and I said to myself, 'If this is what real estate ownership is about, then no thank you,'" Bendit recalls.
Such practices sound downright strange to the average suburbanite or city dweller.
About 20 percent of the new set, Libman said, is devoted to lower-priced products from Suburbanite Industries, Holliston, Mass.
The tax bill on a million dollar Manhattan home is still less than half of what a suburbanite pays in the best school districts - it's just that in New York City, those homeowners pay the private schools the money directly instead of providing the financial support to fix the public schools.
Cheerer's story about a disaffected suburbanite who reexamines his life while swimming his way home across his neighbors' pools was previously brought to the screen in 1968 by hunky Burt Lancaster, who could definitely fill a Speedo.
The typical suburbanite does not see our culture as "irretrievably diseased" merely because it is not perfect.