towner


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Noun1.towner - a resident of a town or citytowner - a resident of a town or city  
occupant, occupier, resident - someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there
townee - townsman unacquainted with country life especially a slick and flashy male city dweller
townie, towny - resident of a college town not affiliated with the college
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towner

n (esp US) → Stadtbewohner(in) m(f), → Stadtmensch m
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Concerts take place on Towner Green directly across from the Village Tavern.
OKLAHOMA CITY A new discovery from Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation scientist Rheal Towner offers new hope in fighting glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer with no cure.
Cattery manager Paula Towner said: "We need to raise a massive PS85,000, which would be a miracle, I know, but I'm desperate for help now.
Commissioning editor Michael Towner called Davenport a "genius" and said the show's calming combination of story and song is "guaranteed to stop children climbing the walls".
The Rush-based industrial engineering firm switched to using Skype for Business in July 2016, finding it more useful than their previous program, Cisco's Webex.<br />Optimation chose Skype for Business because it meshed well with their company, says systems administrator Jaimie Towner. Given how the program was included with newer installments of Microsoft Office, Towner found the transition to be straightforward, finding the integration with the company's pre-existing software a "pretty simple integration."<br />For Towner, there were several advantages to using Skype.
A minute later Sam Towner squared the puck perfectly for Josh Gent to poke it under Watson.
Alison Towner, a biologist from the Dyer Island Conservation Trust, revealed: "Two orcas take a pectoral fin each in their mouth, then pull open a shark to extract the liver."
NOON After grabbing a bite to eat on Hastings seafront, I'd drive a vintage VW campervan along the coast to Eastbourne to visit Towner Art Gallery, stopping off in Bexhill to have a wander around De La Warr Pavilion.
Nancy King, a Eugene native who now lives in Portland - by way of San Francisco and a career that included performances with Jon Hendricks, Vince Guaraldi, Ralph Towner and Dave Friesen - will be at The Jazz Station at 124 W.
The new depot in Jifnain was opened in a ceremony on Wednesday, which was attended by Dr Mohamed bin Musa Al Yousef, group chairman of Al Yousef Group and TruckOman Oil & Gas Services; Simon Burke, director of the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) at the British Embassy in Muscat; John Standen, chairman of Lavendon Group plc; Bill Towner, Oman country manager at Rapid Access; and a number of other officials.
According to Andretta Towner, an analyst with CrowdStrike, a cyber security firm, Iran has increased its budget for cyber security by more than 1,200 percent in the past three years.--She cited a recent British report that said that funding for cyber security was about $13 million when President Rohani took office and $170 million now.
Dogged until the last, Hull equalised with three minutes to go, Sam Towner scoring a low shot after a messy play in front of the Blaze net.