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metropolitan

1. constituting a city and its suburbs
2. of, relating to, or designating an ecclesiastical metropolis
3. of or belonging to the home territories of a country, as opposed to overseas territories
4. 
a. Eastern Churches the head of an ecclesiastical province, ranking between archbishop and patriarch
b. Church of England an archbishop
c. RC Church an archbishop or bishop having authority in certain matters over the dioceses in his province
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1, 2002, Greg Bianco became CEO of the newly formed Metropolitan Paper Recycling, which now owned the assets of the former Allied Waste recycling plant in the east New York neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Daily transportation expenses paid or incurred between the taxpayer's residence and a temporary, work location outside the metropolitan area where the taxpayer lives and normally works.
With the reception of Christianity, Volodymyr provided an established hierarchy for this new church, united under the jurisdiction of the metropolitan of Kiev.
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A taxpayer may deduct daily transportation expenses incurred in going between the taxpayer's residence and a temporary work location outside the metropolitan area where the taxpayer lives and normally works.
Professional and business services was one of the leading contributors to growth in many metropolitan areas.
Mark Jaccom, Peter Caputiati, Eric Thomas and Eric Schmall of Studley represented Metropolitan College in the lease negotiations.

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