One Chemonics project was urban beautification in the towns near the much-lauded Caracol Industrial Park in northern Haiti.
urban economists, particularly those on the self-satisfied coasts, tend to envision utter hopelessness for the region.
The polite term is urban crime fiction, but what they are really called is “hood books.”
The Daily Beast also reached out to urban Outfitters to ask who designed the “sun-faded vintage collection” shirt.
A view looking beyond the spires of Notre Dame reveals the urban chaos about to be demolished.
We must create a new rural environment which will not only stem the migration to urban centers, but reverse it.
The manners of urban were even more offensive than his acts.
And this response to the appeal of urban the Second was not confined only to what we should call educated people.
urban precipitated and made inevitable this disastrous event.
The development of urban institutions in the twelfth century was not peculiar to Belgium.
"characteristic of city life," 1610s (but rare before 1830s), from Latin urbanus "of or pertaining to a city or city life," as a noun, "city dweller," from urbs (genitive urbis) "city," of unknown origin. The word gradually emerged in this sense as urbane became restricted to manners and styles of expression. In late 20c. American English gradually acquiring a suggestion of "African-American." Urban renewal, euphemistic for "slum clearance," is attested from 1955, American English. Urban sprawl recorded by 1958. Urban legend attested by 1980.