city

a place where a large number of people live in close proximity to each other; more formally, a place incorporated as a city and therefore having specific political and administrative functions

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(Learning Modules / Geography / Urban sustainability) Cities are large, prominent or important centres of relatively permanent population: lacking self-sufficiency in the production of food, and usually dependent on manufacture and commerce . Larger than a town. The English word 'city' comes from the Latin 'civitas' - a highly organized community. This was often used to describe the city-states of Ancient Greece....

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[Massachusetts] Songs written or co-written by Maija Vilkkumaa. ...
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[Comma] City (Comma) State were an American rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band consisted of lead vocalist Joanna Pacitti, bassist Justin Siegel, guitarist Ryan `Frogs` McCormack, drummer Drew Langan, and guitarist Jordan McGraw. Blink-182 frontman Mark Hoppus worked closely with the group on their debut album and overall forma...
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[newspaper] City was an Italian free daily newspaper published in Italy by RCS MediaGroup. Nine separate editions were produced for the cities of Milan, Rome, Turin, Naples, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Bari and Genoa. The newspaper ceased the publication on 24 February 2012. ...
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city

[n] - an incorporated administrative district established by state charter 2. [n] - a large and densely populated urban area 3. [n] - people living in a large densely populated municipality
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City

In the UK, the financial community in the City of London
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Cit'y (sĭt'ȳ) noun ; plural Cities (-ĭz). [ Middle English cite , French cité , from Latin civitas citizenship, state, city, from civis citizen; akin to Goth. heiwa (in heiwa frauja man of the house), Anglo-Saxon h�...
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Cit'y adjective Of or pertaining to a city. Shak. City council . See under Council . -- City court , The municipal court of a city. [ U. S.] -- City ward , a watchman, or the collective watchmen, of a city. [ Obsolete] Fairfax.
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city

metropolis noun people living in a large densely populated municipality; `the city voted for Republicans in 1994`
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metropolis noun a large and densely populated urban area; may include several independent administrative districts; `Ancient Troy was a great city`
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• (n.) A large town. • (n.) The collective body of citizens, or inhabitants of a city. • (a.) Of or pertaining to a city. • (n.) A corporate town; in the United States, a town or collective body of inhabitants, incorporated and governed by a mayor and aldermen or a city council consisting of a board of aldermen and a common coun...
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city

relatively permanent and highly organized centre of population, of greater size or importance than a town or village. The name city is given to ... [37 related articles]
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city, densely populated urban center, larger than a village or a town, whose inhabitants are engaged primarily in commerce and industry. In the United States a city is legally an incorporated municipality (see also city government; local government).Sections in this article:IntroductionThe Rise of C...
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A city (named from the Latin, civitas), in a general sense is a town holding, from extent of population, favourable situation, or other causes, a leading place in the community in which it is situated. Popularly, the name is also used, both in Britain and France, to designate the old and central nucleus as distinguished from the suburban growths of...
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Generally, a large and important town. In the Middle East and historic Europe, and in the ancient civilizations of Mexico and Peru, cities were states in themselves. In the early Middle Ages, European cities were usually those towns that were episcopal sees (seats of bishops). Cities cover only 2% of the Earth's surface but use 75% of a...
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City

term referring to the old portion of London within the medieval city walls. Later became the financial district as Londoners moved to the suburbs and commuted.
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[typeface] City is a slab serif typeface designed by Georg Trump (1896–1985), and released in 1930 by the Berthold type foundry in Berlin, Germany. Though classified as a slab serif, City displays a strong modernist influence in its geometric structure of right angles and opposing round corners. The typeface takes inspiration from the mac...
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[magazine] City is a Finnish free-of-charge magazine in various cities in Finland. City is aimed for the young adult population of 18-35-year-olds. It has many articles about young adult culture, an up-to-date list of various happenings, and a discussion page which can be contributed to via letters, e-mail or SMS. City was founded in 1985 b...
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[New Jersey] A City in the context of New Jersey local government refers to one of five types and one of eleven forms of municipal government. Despite the widely held perception of a city as a large, urban area, cities in New Jersey have a confused history as a form of government and vary in size from large, densely populated areas to much ...
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[disambiguation] A city is generally an urban settlement with a large population. City or Cities may also refer to: ==Places== ==Literature== ==Music== ==Television== ==Other uses== ...
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[ward] City is an electoral ward in the Metropolitan District of Bradford. City covers the centre of Bradford within the inner ring road and the areas of Shearbridge, Lister Hills, Brown Royd, Dirk Hill, Little Horton Green and part of Lidget Green all to the west of the commercial center. It is part of the Bradford West parliamentary const...
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[TV network] City (occasionally branded as `City Television` and formerly known as `Citytv`) is a Canadian English language broadcast television network that is owned by the Rogers Broadcasting Ltd. division of Rogers Communications. It is Canada`s third most-watched private-sector television network after CTV and Global and consists of sev...
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City

A city is a relatively large and permanent human settlement. Although there is no agreement on how a city is distinguished from a town within general English language meanings, many cities have a particular administrative, legal, or historical status based on local law. Cities generally have complex systems for sanitation, utilities, land usage, h...
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[TV system] ====Benjamin Odeje==== ...
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