multicity

multicity

(ˌmʌltɪˈsɪtɪ)
adj
(Human Geography) having or involving more than one city
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A multicity study found that people who reported that they did not get an HIV test in the last year included 29 percent of gay and bisexual men, 42 percent of people who inject drugs, and 59 percent of heterosexuals at increased risk for HIV.
Several large multicity studies have evaluated associations between ozone and daily mortality in North America, Europe, and some developed Asian cities (Bell et al.
To drum up interest in the offering, the bank is conducting a multicity roadshow covering Pampanga, Davao and Cebu.
That way you'll always remember where you were and at what time " if you went on a multicity road trip, for example, these tools will group photos by each city.
Other than that the connectivity is up to scratch and includes the facility for Citroen's Multicity information service which shows the likes of nearby hotels, restaurants and filling stations.
In one demonstration, the scope was extended from a single city to a regional, multicity area.
If you've been charged with designing a new NICU, for example, you're going to want to book a multicity plane ticket to check out established programs with proven, excellent results.
10]) and cause specific mortality in a multicity hierarchical model has been studies by Schwartz (2000) who has looked at mortality displacement with regard to cause-specific deaths.
Limited Tenders are invited for Purchase Of Multicity Type Utility Bins
Inspired by the Play Nintendo website--the age-appropriate online destination for kids and families--the multicity tour will visit malls and other locations across the U.
Al Sharpton, staged multicity rallies ahead of the telecast to call for more inclusion in the film and TV industry.
Not far behind is Taylor Swift, whose "1989" quite comfortably outsold any other album released in the Grammy eligibility period, and whose multicity tour and multimedia social presence set the extra-musical standard for pop star ubiquity.