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countian

(ˈkaʊntɪən)
n
a resident of a specific county
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Representatives from seven community organizations joined Beshear in forming a coalition that will distribute drug deactivation pouches to help McCracken Countians dispose of their unused prescription opioids in a safe and eco-friendly manner.
BankPlus and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas) have provided a USD140,000 Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grant to help 20 low-income homeowners with critical home repairs through Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty (MadCAAP), the companies said.
For 30 years, Canton-based Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty (MadCAAP) has been changing the lives of people battling poverty.
Skeen said the free dump days in Coosa and Cave Spring earlier this year resulted in the collection of more than 60 tons of garbage and household items that Floyd Countians no longer had a use for.
At many levels of the community and in many ways, Stark Countians are taking the 80% goal seriously.
Africa and the Africans loomed large in the consciousness and memory of black Brazoria Countians.
Free classified ads will be placed in each week's edition of the newspaper for Scott Countians who are out-of-work or in need of extra income.
Dorchester Countians sensibly nowadays prefer swimming pools, to avoid the medusa jellyfish, or sea nettle (and the watermen, like watermen everywhere, seldom swim at all); but as summer youngsters we played in the natural element for hours and hours, eyes always open.
The barons in this case are Manatee Countians raising funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society, with a dinner event June 21 at the Bradenton Auditorium.
Grassroots Coalitions and the Sumter Countians Organized for the Protection of the Environment (SCOPE)
For native Orange Countians who refuse to live like a Third World immigrant, they have had to just find a way of paying the huge rents, or leave the area totally, which many have, my daughter included.
Howard Countians face the same obstacles as most Americans do when it comes to exercising a preference to productively age in their own homes as they get older.