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urb

(ɜːb)
n
(Human Geography) informal an urban area

urb

(ɜrb)

n.
an urban area.
[1965–70; back formation from suburb]
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Paperboard company Caraustar Industries Inc reported on Monday a rise in price of USD50 per ton for all uncoated recycled paperboard (URB) grades.
The COPs are payable from all legally available NSHE funds after payment of debt service on the system's outstanding senior lien university revenue bonds (URBs).
Em estudo para estimar o impacto do DF sobre o consumo de energia dos paises pertencentes ao Gulf Cooperation Concil (GCC) Al-Mulali e Lee (2013) evidenciaram impacto positivo do PIB, DF, URB e AC sobre o consumo de energia.
Kuplent said the URB will be open daily, offering "test flights" of four two-ounce samples for $1, with the one requirement that the "surveyee" provide feedback via an interactive digital platform.
As to the two structure variables shown in Panel B, IND, despite fluctuations, maintains a steady trend of linear growth during the whole sample period; URB appears to have experienced two periods of accelerated growth, with turning points around the late 1970s and mid-1990s.
Peugeot, a France-based automaker, has launched its 208 Urb at the 2014 Sao Paulo Motor Show.
a h t n abou happ h Urb s befo w stra inti ange d the mac pers c lly a "It's a strange job - you meet a stranger and then have to assume years of intimacy and connection, so if you know a person it's a wonderful shorthand.
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