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citycit"y, a. of or pertaining to a council. see under court, the municipal court of a city. [u. s.]city ward, a watchman, or the collective watchmen, of a city. [obs.]city cit"y (s&ibreve;t"&ybreve;), n.; pl. cities (-&ibreve;z). [oe. cite, f. cité, fr. l. civitas citizenship, state, city, fr. civis citizen; akin to goth. heiwa (in heiwafrauja man of the house), as. hīwan, pl., members of a family, servants, hīred family, g. heirath marriage, prop., providing a house, e. hind a peasant.] 1. a large town. 2. a corporate town; in the united states, a town or collective body of inhabitants, incorporated and governed by a mayor and aldermen or a city council consisting of a board of aldermen and a common council; in great britain, a town corporate, which is or has been the seat of a bishop, or the capital of his see. a city is a town incorporated; which is, or has been, the see of a bishop; and though the bishopric has been dissolved, as at westminster, it yet remaineth a city. when gorges constituted york a city, he of course meant it to be the seat of a bishop, for the word city has no other meaning in english law. 3. the collective body of citizens, or inhabitants of a city. "what is the city but the people?"   similar words(24) 

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The collective body of citizens, or inhabitants of a city.  


A large town.  


A corporate town; in the united States, a town or collective body of inhabitants, incorporated and governed by a mayor and aldermen or a city council consisting of a board of aldermen and a common council; in great Britain, a town corporate, which is or has been the seat of a bishop, or the capital of his see.  


Of or pertaining to a city.  

Noun1. a large and densely populated urban area; may include several independent administrative districts; "Ancient troy was a great city" (synonym) metropolis, urban center (hypernym) municipality (hyponym) Dunkirk, dunkerque (part-meronym) concrete jungle (derivation) citify2. an incorporated administrative district established by state charter; "the city raised the tax rate" (hypernym) administrative district, administrative division, territorial division (part-meronym) city district3. people living in a large densely populated municipality; "the city voted for republicans in 1994" (synonym) metropolis (hypernym) municipality (derivation) citify

metropolis: cathairbig town: baile mór

Caer = n. a fort; a wall; a city

Dinas = n. a city; a fortress

Dinasol = a. belonging to a city

Dinesig = a. belonging to a city

breasts (rhyming slang, “Bristol City” (a british soccer team) - titty)

person living the slick, fast-moving lifestyle of a large city

fantastic breasts


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A city is an urban settlement with a particularly important status which differentiates it from a town.

This article is about the Citytv station in Toronto, Ontario. for the television system, see Citytv CITY-TV (Citytv Toronto) (often referred to only as City) is a television station based in Toronto, Ontario. It is Canada's third-oldest UHF television station and the flagship station of the Citytv system. the station is presently being held in trust for Rogers Communications. the rogers sale was approved on September 28, 2007, the same date 35 years ago when CITY-TV went on-the-air for the very first time. , rogers will take control of Citytv effective October 31.

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To dream that you are in a strange city, denotes you will have sorrowful occasion to change your abode or mode of living.  

the mind (especially if capital city)

city of aberdeen 10 YO bon Accord, single malt scotch WhiskyBy: glen Garioch distillery - morrison Bowmore distillers (Glasgow, Scotland)

glasgow city of culture (1990), blended scotch WhiskyBy: douglas laing & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)

the fingertips of both hands are joined, the hands and arms forming a pyramid. the fingertips separate and rejoin a number of times. both arms may move a bit from left to right each time the fingertips separate and rejoin.

a city; mourning  

watchman; city; vision  

a city; wall; meeting  

city; vocation; meeting  

the earliest mention of city-building is that of Enoch, which was built by cain (Gen. 4:17). after the confusion of tongues, the descendants of nimrod founded several cities (10:10-12). Next, we have a record of the cities of the Canaanites, Sidon, Gaza, Sodom, etc. (10:12, 19; 11:3, 9; 36:31-39). the earliest description of a city is that of sodom (19:1-22). damascus is said to be the oldest existing city in the world. before the time of abraham there were cities in egypt (Num. 13:22). the israelites in egypt were employed in building the "treasure cities" of Pithom and Raamses (Ex. 1:11); but it does not seem that they had any cities of their own in goshen (Gen. 46:34; 47:1-11). In the kingdom of Og in Bashan there were sixty "great cities with walls," and twenty-three cities in gilead partly rebuilt by the tribes on the east of jordan (Num. 21:21, 32, 33, 35; 32:1-3, 34-42; Deut. 3:4, 5, 14; 1 kings 4:13). On the west of jordan were thirty-one "royal cities" (Josh. 12), besides many others spoken of in the history of Israel. A fenced city was a city surrounded by fortifications and high walls, with watch-towers upon them (2 Chr. 11:11; Deut. 3:5). there was also within the city generally a tower to which the citizens might flee when danger threatened them (Judg. 9:46-52). A city with suburbs was a city surrounded with open pasture-grounds, such as the forty-eight cities which were given to the Levites (Num. 35:2-7). there were six cities of refuge, three on each side of Jordan, namely, Kadesh, Shechem, Hebron, on the west of Jordan; and on the east, Bezer, Ramoth-gilead, and Golan. the cities on each side of the river were nearly opposite each other. the regulations concerning these cities are given in Num. 35:9-34; Deut. 19:1-13; Ex. 21:12-14. when david reduced the fortress of the Jebusites which stood on mount Zion, he built on the site of it a palace and a city, which he called by his own name (1 Chr. 11:5), the city of David. bethlehem is also so called as being david's native town (Luke 2:4). jerusalem is called the holy City, the holiness of the temple being regarded as extending in some measure over the whole city (Neh. 11:1). Pithom and Raamses, built by the israelites as "treasure cities," were not places where royal treasures were kept, but were fortified towns where merchants might store their goods and transact their business in safety, or cities in which munitions of war were stored. (See PITHOM.)

Avalon correctional Services, Inc.

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Owns and operates correctional and residential care facilities; provides private correctional services, and residential care for persons in need of supportive assistance; and provides nonresidential services, such as substance abuse treatment, for inmates.

city holding Company

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Multi-bank holding company with subsidiaries which perform commercial banking operations, mortgage banking services, investment advisory services, credit card services, investment banking services, insurance services and other related financial activities.

city holding Company

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city investing company liquidating Trust

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city Bank

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Performs commercial banking operations, mortgage banking, credit card services, investment banking services and other related financial activities.

city telecom (H.K.) Limited

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Provides international telecommunications and internet services in hong kong. new registrant.

city national CORP

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Bank holding company with subsidiaries which perform commercial banking operations, trust services and other related financial activities.


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