cityward


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cityward

(ˈsɪtɪwəd)
adv
towards a city
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1971), "The Political Sociology of Cityward Migration in Latin America: toward Empirical Theory", en Francine Rabinovitz y Felicity M.
A moving plane cast shadow a plot of grass with eighteen kinds of flowers you Jim barely endured the Hellenistic piebald I rowed and rowed with a clear sweeping drowsy motion the fixed gleam of the initials on the bared oars reminded us of our corporeal existence upon leaving the bank cityward a store "water beds"
One columnist attributed "the cityward trend of the farmwoman" to rural women's desire for "music and art and all the great civilized influences which rough man is prone to neglect," a claim echoed elsewhere.