urban place

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The 1790 Census found Philadelphia's population to be just over 28,500, making it America's second largest urban place, behind perpetual first place New York City.
High quality of a small urban place surrounded by greenery.
Well, here are a few facts about it: we often think of London as being a built-up urban place with little in the way of gardens for its residents.
The studio has created contemporary Arabic fonts for Google Web applications and Android mobiles as well as urban place like Noor Bank in Dubai, the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, the Ibn Battuta Mall in Dubai and the Abu Dhabi Embassy in Washington, among many others.
At a speech ceremony to mark the occasion, Prince Khalid Al-Faisal bin Abdulaziz, the Governor of Makkah Region, gave an account on some major achievements accomplished during the current era of King Abdullah, citing the main aspects of Makkah Developmental Project which he said will turn the city of Makkah to a pure urban place including many ring roads, multi-floor parking lots, and exits and inlets linking the roads to train stations.
Dear and Dahmann (2008) recently referred to "multiple shifts in the practices of urban place production: demographic, economic, political, social, cultural, and virtual" (p.
It's different to a large urban place, when this type of tragedy comes to a place like this it is deeply felt.
Eoe1/4EoAs the planet becomes an increasingly urban place, delivering these life-improving essentials to cities big and small is proving more than a challenge.
Rena Leddy, executive director of the NoHo BID project, helped spearhead the project while she was vice president of Urban Place Consulting Group.
This is the Museum as the new agora--an urban place of encounter, debate, and alternate visions, as well as a site of so-called certainties.
He said: "South Bank was the type of place I was looking for as I'd worked in an urban place in Africa.

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