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city/town/cave etc dweller

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcity/town/cave etc dwellercity/town/cave etc dwellerLIVE SOMEWHEREa person or animal that lives in a particular place City dwellers suffer higher pollution levels. dweller
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city/town/cave etc dwellerAdded to this is the vibration caused by heavy goods vehicles and the annoyance of air traffic suffered by all city dwellers.Unlike many town dwellers, farmers can at least eat well.This assistance inevitably spilled over as an increase in general prosperity for the ordinary Milanese city dweller.It is the dilemma of city dwellers, of all those refugees from the past in search of the future.Poverty has become persistent, and apparently self-reinforcing, for millions of city dwellers, most of them black or Hispanic.Most shoppers know that only cave dwellers would pay the list price for electronics goods, for example.Bartlett drew from the old-fashioned uniforms of the virile football player and the preening perfection of the city dweller.But then, city dwellers have never been long on modesty.
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