home town


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home town

or

hometown

n
the town where a person lives, or where they come from
Translations

home town

ncittà f inv natale
References in classic literature ?
"Christine was engaged to somebody in her home town. I knew it and she knew I knew it.
I now felt that I had the opportunity to help the people of my home town to a higher life.
Tarzan wondered why the men had gone into the jungle, nor did it ever occur to him that one could become lost in that maze of undergrowth which to him was as simple as is the main street of your own home town to you.
Robyn Gross will head to Blackpool later this year to compete in the finals of Miss Junior Teen Great Britain and represent her home town in efforts to take away the competition crown.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to build a statue to commemorate Elephant Man Joseph Merrick in his home town.
Summary: Mapusa (Goa) [India], Feb 16 (ANI): The mortal remains of GoaaACAOs former Deputy Chief Minister Francis DaACAOSouza were laid to rest on Saturday at his home town of Mapusa.
Of 1,000 start-up businesses , 86% with a company turnover of more than PS400,000 said their business is based in their home town.
MARDAN -- Armed persons allegedly shot dead their brother-in-law and injured his nephew in Shahbaz Gari area when he refused to hand over dead body of his wife to them (brothers) to take their own home town for burial.
ISLAMABAD -- After becoming ACBS Asian Team Champion with former World Champion Mohammad Asif, top cueist Babar Masih returned to his home town Rawalpindi from Doha, Qatar on Sunday.
Ian Bunting Airdrie comedian and Advertiser columnist Patrick Rolink is preparing to entertain audiences in his home town.
Malala Yousafzai has visited her home town of Mingora, Pakistan, for the first time since a Taliban militant shot her there in 2012 for advocating girls' education.
Born: September 10, 1979 Home town: Pullu, Thrissur, Kerala Alma mater: Sree Narayana College, Kannur Years active: 1995-1999, 2014-present