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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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Suburbanites who previously lived in a city are about as likely as city-dwellers to call themselves Democrats, the survey found.
Such is life for one of Australia's leading environmentalists, who decades ago encouraged homeowners to turn their forgotten backyards into sustainable gardens and is now calling for suburbanites to go further off the grid and make the whole of their lives green.
Today, hunting is a tradition in decline and, in fact, outlawed in many communities; suburbanites don't like the sound of shotguns in the back woodlot.
Library Visits: About 71% of urban residents report that the library is important to them, and 59% have library cards, compared to 69% of suburbanites, 61% of whom have library cards; 62% of those in rural areas say the library is important, and 48% of the group has library cards.
Graphic artist and writer Haynes suggest some ways to reduce that footprint that even suburbanites like him can manage.
GUESS WHO C4,10.50pm Theresa Jones (Zoe Saldana) takes her white fiance Simon Green (Ashton Kutcher) home to her parents, suave suburbanites Percy and Marilyn (Bernie Mac and Judith Scott).
The Ultimate Suburban Survivalist Guide: The Smartest Money Moves to Prepare for Any Crisis encourages suburbanites to become more independent, showing how to prepare for the future before crisis happens.
Our two stars are 70s suburbanites Norma and Arthur Lewis, who one day are visited by a disfigured stranger (Frank Langella) who gives them a wooden box with a big red button on top.
According to a report in New Scientist, the reason for this discrepancy is that city dwellers generally live closer to the places where they work, shop and play, and are more likely to walk, cycle or use public transport than suburbanites or country folk.
The pioneers of Vauban, Germany, are going where few suburbanites have gone before: They're giving up their cars.
A big yard and a quiet neighborhood away from the hustle and bustle of the city may be part of the suburban dream, but in economic hard times, many suburbanites may be left wondering where the nearest soup kitchen, emergency clinic, or shelter is.