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uptown

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1. towards, in, or relating to some part of a town that is away from the centre
2. such a part of a town, esp a residential part
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Catherine Street and spread northward along the corridor, most of the earlier arrivals or "uptowners" lived principally in middle-class enclaves such as Westmount.
While the "uptowners" lived principally in middle-class enclaves such as Westmount and Outremont, new arrivals or "downtowners" clustered along the corridor of St-Laurent Street where they recreated shtetl life.
To keep up with the steady flow of uptowners venturing south, a gaggle of eateries and hip retailers has emerged, including Azul Bistro for Argentine flavors; Chubo for inexpensive, yet elegant Japanese; 'inoteca, the more spacious cousin of Bedford Street's 'ino; and the seductively cozy Salt Bar.
We learn of "the Uptowners' preference for remedying social conflicts with dollars," after initially presuming that the Arabs' rejection of Zionism was a result of economic underdevelopment, a lack of education, and an ignorance of the high ideals animating the Jewish Return.
The Jewish version of that debate was the disdain of the Uptowners (German Jews) for the Downtowners (Russian immigrants).
Uniting Uptowners and Downtowners: The Jewish Electorate and Quebec Provincial Politics 1927-39.