Torontonian


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Torontonian

(tɒrənˈtəʊnɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Toronto or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Toronto
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The Canadian government launched one of its rare prosecutions in 2009 when it arrested 35year-old Torontonian Mahmoud Yadegari.
"I think every Torontonian will feel the loss," police Chief Bill Blair said after the toddler was pronounced dead.
However, a scribbling by a Torontonian has added another option to the list - "My Mayor", making the poster an instant hit online.
By 1971, Torontonian Teresa Stratas was well established as one of the top sopranos in the major opera houses of the world.
This spring, her contributions to TPS and other causes will be intimately profiled by a provocative new feature-length documentary called The Ghosts in Our Machine--written, directed and produced by another Torontonian, Liz Marshall.
Los Angeles-based Torontonian Anjulie has been turning heads with her infectious pop music since her hit song "Boom" raced all they way to the top of the U.S.
As a native Torontonian my heart glowed with warm pride as I read Trina McQueen's account of the cultural ascendency of my hometown.
From how much government loan is good enough for a student to have three items in one meal to how much space should a cyclist be allowed on the main road, the average Torontonian loves to argue and say her/his two bits worth on everything.
(http://www.bizofbaseball.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2922:what-is-the-future-of-the-blue-jays-and-rogers-cable&catid=67:pete-toms&Itemid=155)) Many believed that RCI's ownership of the Blue Jays was due simply to the native Torontonian Rogers' wishes that it be so (although he was not at all a sports fan) as opposed to a business decision.
Wilson also confirmed he intends to work with Longstaff in the future, with the Whitley Bay lad part of the Team GB set-up and the Torontonian remaining with the national team.
Owen Pallett, right, is a 29-year-old Torontonian, who plays violin and piano like a prodigy and sings like a choirboy who's grown up and lived a little.