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Later, as Baltimore hemorrhaged industry and citizenry, the pier was again reinvented, this time as a community center.
An informed and engaged citizenry is the fundamental requirement for a free and resilient nation.
Much of the citizenry is aware, at least in broad strokes, of how the man became a billionaire.
The imaginative gubernatorial candidate was explaining his plan to employ the citizenry of Connecticut to buy an NHL franchise.
The last land battles in the U.S. with foreign troops were on Texas soil during the Mexican-American War in the 1840s, but the tradition of an armed citizenry goes back to Stephen Austin’s settlement in 1825.
Its members saw an American citizenry with no influence over the nuclear arms race or, closer to home, authoritarian university administrations.
Cobb County has certainly taken great pride in becoming home to the Atlanta Braves; and between Lockheed Martin and the citizenry of Cobb County as a whole, there is room (or land in this case) for this home to represent the story of Marietta.
Khan said the priority is Houston’s citizenry, not the Jags’ record.
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