megalopolis


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The megalopolis idea fits into the advocacy of the Pampanga Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PamCham), which has been urging the government to decongest Metro Manila for the sake of the whole country.
Todo ello se refleja en el arte que nace en las megalopolis.
It is easy to construct parking bays out of perforated, prefabricated concrete paving elements filled with grass, so that the entire parking network throughout a megalopolis could be transformed into a landscape.
In my Manila Megalopolis, I'm recommending 10 circumferential roads and railways.
As the second largest megalopolis in the United States, Southern California is limited to only one international airport, while the New York area alone is served by more than four international capacity airports.
Rough and lignite deposit in Horemi scope of the Megalopolis Lignite Center.
Decades of relentless expansion, following the depredations of war and occupation, have made Seoul a landscape where the past doesn't seem to count for much and hardly more does space for reflection; everywhere you go in this restless megalopolis, you see a city in the midst of being built.
In the twisted canyons of the megalopolis, the Knight Sabers, a small band of high tech mercenaries, fight a lonely battle against the evil GENOM Corporation and its sinister androids, the Boomers.
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The story of Southern California is that of a vast, seamless megalopolis.
Even megalopolis auction mall eBay has recently delved into art dealing: Wolfgang Staehle of The Thing (http://www.
Supply indicative amount of 200 000 MT Limestone in Unit III of Megalopolis A and 200 000 MT Limestone in Unit IV of Megalopolis B.