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oppidan

(ˈɒpɪdən)
adj
of a town; urban
n
a person living in a town
[C16: from Latin oppidānus, from oppidum town]
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Old Etonian Tories can reminisce about their school days in a language few can understand, using terms like Oppidan (day boy), Beak (teacher) and Leggit (organised pupil protest).
Red Houjabi, Head Concierge at The Water Gardens in London - Anthony Coker, Concierge at Oppidan Apartments in London - Kevin Waite, Day Concierge at Beaufort Park in London
However, it was in the Wall Game that Harry was most successful, being selected two years running for the Oppidan Wall team in their annual clash with the Scholars on St Andrew's Day.
I sat beside him but I never addressed him a word out of snobbery, for I was an Oppidan and he was a scholar wearing a gown like a gaberdine
The Cub Foods store was designed in cooperation with project teams from Cub Foods, SUPERVALU, Oppidan Investment Company and Kraus Anderson to achieve LEED certification for energy use, lighting, water and material use, as well as incorporating other sustainable strategies.
CONTACT: Barry Zyskind, President of AmTrust Financial Services, +1-212-220-7122; or Tom Andrzejewski of The Oppidan Group Inc.
OPPIDAN: Most of the 1,278 boys at Eton are called oppidans, from the Latin "oppidus" for small town.
Our goal was to transform the property into a safe, stable attractive community center that will also enhance property values," said Paul Tucci, lead developer for Oppidan, the project's retail and office developer based in Minnetonka, Minn.