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a large and important town

of, in, or belonging to a city

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Instead of legitimately extending telephone lines into communities that had none, these promoters proceeded to inflict the messy snarl of an overlapping system upon whatever cities would give them permission to do so.
In this way, masked as competition, the nuisance and waste of duplication began in most American cities.
A study of twelve single-system cities and twenty-seven double-system cities shows that there are about eleven per cent more telephones under the double-system, and that where the second system is put in, every fifth user is obliged to pay for two telephones.
In the main, perhaps, it has been a reactionary and troublesome movement in the cities, and a progressive movement among the farmers.
It is strung out over fifty thousand cities and communities.
After the conclusion of the war with Xerxes, it appears that the Lacedaemonians required that a number of the cities should be turned out of the confederacy for the unfaithful part they had acted.
The Thebans, with others of the cities, undertook to maintain the authority of the Amphictyons, and to avenge the violated god.
The cities composing this league retained their municipal jurisdiction, appointed their own officers, and enjoyed a perfect equality.
It appears that the cities had all the same laws and customs, the same weights and measures, and the same money.
It is, that as well after the renovation of the league by Aratus, as before its dissolution by the arts of Macedon, there was infinitely more of moderation and justice in the administration of its government, and less of violence and sedition in the people, than were to be found in any of the cities exercising SINGLY all the prerogatives of sovereignty.
Whilst the Amphictyonic confederacy remained, that of the Achaeans, which comprehended the less important cities only, made little figure on the theatre of Greece.
As the airships sailed along they smashed up the city as a child will shatter its cities of brick and card.
America's inner cities have a significant moderate to middle income population that offers a remarkable concentration of spending power, yet retailers continue to bypass this largely untapped market, according to a study released today by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC).
6 billion, will cause a tremendous problem for all cities.
The "State of the Inner City Economies" is the first national look at the economic performance and potential of inner cities as economies.