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intown

(ˈɪnˌtaʊn)
adj
(of farmland) near to the farm buildings

in•town

(ˈɪnˌtaʊn, ɪnˈtaʊn)

adj.
being in the central or metropolitan area of a city or town: an intown motel.
[1810–20]
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With approximately 30,000 cars zipping past Intown Ace Hardware in Decatur, Georgia, every day, co-owner Dave Jones wants them to slow down enough to notice his business.
Intown Expert has a team of professionals who have years of experience and proven track record of bringing you innovative solutions and support.
HFF) announced today that it has closed the sale of and secured financing for InTown Apartments, a newly-developed, two-building, mixed-use residential and retail property in Miamis Little Havana submarket.
com)-- Engel & Volkers, a European-based premium real estate brand, today announced that Engel & Volkers Intown Atlanta is a recipient of the Engel & Volkers Community Service Award.
Well known three unit casual cafe concept with the hottest Midtown Atlanta, Buckhead and Intown area anchored locations.
Starwood said that the acquisition builds upon its InTown Suites brand.
We believe there is a great opportunity ahead and we hope that people in the local area will certainly come to Intown Road for their next Nissan.
Three downtown Manchester businesses have received Intown Manchester's annual beautification award for 2011.
InTown Suites Extended-Stay Living, a US-based budget brand from Extended-Stay Hotels, has announced a new and upgraded website, www.
Prior to this role, he was a rental broker at Citi-Habitats and InTown Realty LLC.
Pontefract will operate fully from new administrative offices from tomorrow, when the move from their former intown location - which has been their home since 1937 - to the racecourse is completed.
Hit-writer Phil Vassar helped to launch 'Little Nashville' while intown as part of his UK and Ireland tour.