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1 New York is like many big, crowded cities in having plenty of art to bump into - or drop or toss in the trash or surrender to the cosmic banana peel.
2 An earthquake sometimes destroys whole cities.
3 You can feed better here than in most other cities.
4 This place is very quiet, quite different from the hustle and bustle of the cities.
5 The bears also point to China's expensive real-estate market and so-called ghost cities that relatively few inhabit, despite billions poured into them by Beijing.
6 And while the majority of the 46.2 million impoverished Americans still live in cities, 15.4 million of them inhabit the suburbs.
7 Many employees in the industry hail from small, conservative communities in India's vast hinterlands and feel liberated when they come to big cities such as Bangalore or Mumbai.
8 Cities from Mumbai in the west to Sydney in the east - and all points between - project plans to become a "hub" or a "gateway".
9 Last year the top ten cities were Zurich, Geneva, Vancouver, Vienna, Auckland, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Bern and Sydney.
10 Venice, Italy is a magical place. It is one of the few cities in the world where the sound of cars are never heard.
11 The eastern influence entered the west primarily through the great trading cities of Venice, Ravenna, and Marseilles and appeared in these cities first.
12 The project is broken into different subject areas, including space travel, cities in history, festivals and ancient worlds.
13 This scenario has befallen several Yunnan cities that tried to cash in on the allure of Shangri-La.
14 For centuries, trade bustled between their former capital, Fez, and cities on the western side of present-day Algeria, such as Oran.
15 car divided cities into work and home areas; wireless technology may mix them up again, with more people working in suburbs or living in city centres.
16 Cities in the 21st Century will be increasingly divided into those who can afford to protect themselves and their families from these problems and those who cannot.
17 Many offices have been opened in 23 cities.
18 They came by three great cities on their journey.
19 London certainly has the bars and drinking culture but it is also a city that has influenced other cities and continues to punch above its weight in the arts.
20 I've long thought of Paris as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
21 It is all there: the dangerous glamour of cities at night; the terror of a forced drive into the forest; a world of tapped hotel telephones and chain-smoking killers in the lobby downstairs.
22 Ditto the ludicrous rents and high prices for almost everything that has to be hauled up to this mountaintop plateau, making Kabul one of most expensive cities in the poor world.
23 Today it is a hub for Metrolink commuter trains and Amtrak services to faraway cities such as Chicago and Seattle. These trains have to pull in and then back out in a clumsy manoeuvre.
24 Once they get there they are clumsy in the narrow streets of ancient cities and intimidating to the locals whose support is needed to fight insurgents.
25 Joshua took all these royal cities and their Kings and put them to the sword. He totally destroyed them, as Moses the servant of the LORD had commanded.
26 The S&P/Case-Shiller index, which tracks home prices in 20 cities, ticked up slightly in May, its first gain in 34 months.
27 The railroad connects two cities, namely, New York and Chicago.
28 Many of them live in the tent cities, like this one in Somaliland, that have sprouted up over the last few years.
29 For there must be good men and women in the mountains, and on the beaches, in all the neglected beautiful places, that one day we come back to ghostly cities and set them right, at last.
30 Countries at the mouth of the Rhine, it is a flat watery land crisscrossed by busy canals linking a constellation of trading cities.