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suburbia

suburbs or the people living in them considered as an identifiable community or class in society
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With Suburbia's acquisition, Liverpool expanded its market to the low and middle low segment of Mexican population, where it seeks to be one of the main participants.
This uniquely British show evokes the houses of 1970s suburbia as three-dimensional objects, inviting you to view them from different angles, their darkened colours evoking the nighttime walks in which Banks often viewed them.
In England, where the first modern suburbs developed and the majority of its population is suburbanized, (3) suburbia has been previously overlooked in literary circles.
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Aproximadamente en mayo de 2015 solicite a Suburbia, en la sucursal ubicada en la colonia Buenavista de la Ciudad de Mexico, una tarjeta departamental con los creditos que dicha tienda me proporcionaba.
Commenter RedCentipede pointed out that hunting may play a role in that shifting balance: "Here in eastern Massachusetts, deer are now so common in suburbia that they're a serious traffic menace, causing a couple of thousand crashes every year.
oyal Court last year, Sex in Suburbia, the first stage show to be penned by Scouse actress Claire Sweeney, came to the larger venue of the Empire Theatre before heading out on a national tour.
Dad is a nerdy wimp while mum (Eva Green) is losing her marbles due to her loveless marriage and the dullness of suburbia. Caught in the middle is their 17-year-old daughter (Woodley).
Claire is touring her latest show, Sex In Suburbia, which comes to Sunderland Empire on March 9 and Playhouse Whitley Bay on March 10.
When she wrote the show Sex in Suburbia, she gave her character a speech which felt very close to home about looking for love and being desperate to start a family.
America's Safest City: Delinquency and Modernity in Suburbia
He shifted the book's midwestern, early-'80s setting to SoCal suburbia on the cusp of the '90s, partly to channel his own coming-of-age in California, and partly so he could populate the soundtrack with his favorite Cocteau Twins songs.